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APRA (Automotive Parts Remanufacturers Association) is a global association with more than 2,000 member companies. These companies employ more than 200,000 people and earn revenues of approx. 25 billion euros. The membership consists of private, independent remanufacturers/rebuilders, component manufacturers and vehicle manufacturers. The companies range in size from small to medium to large, but they all have the same objective: to remanufacture automotive components of excellent quality that will save you money.

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The Association’s objective is to promote the general business interests of the remanufacturing industry and foster the spirit of recycling for a better environment. It also provides members with forums to interact and consult with each other o­n issues affecting the entire industry.

APRA has a European Division, which is responsible for the content of this web site. It pursues the same objectives as the global association, but also focuses o­n issues more specific to Europe. The prevailing principle is “think globally and act locally”.
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