Maximising core value with Eurolec

April 12, 2024
Maximising core value with Eurolec
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Recent years have seen a surge in demand for recycled parts, but with a growing emphasis on sustainability, the situation has become more complex with remanufactured parts playing an increasingly vital role in satisfying future parts demand.


Eurolec Core Supply is one company that is now well established in the Irish market and can help motor factors and other motor trade businesses maximise the value of core surplus parts. Jay Baker of Eurolec visits Ireland on a regular basis and makes it his objective to help businesses to get the maximum value and fast payment for used parts, or redundant parts, such as starters, alternators, injectors and pumps, turbos, EGR valves and compressors, calipers, engines and steering units.

Jay comments, “Motor Factors often take back core that for whatever reason is not moved on, for example if it is in poor condition. They might also be sitting on core stock that is no longer in demand and they think that these are items that will never sell and have no value.” He adds, “Used core can often have value that a business may not be fully aware of, so it makes sense to talk to us and get a genuine assessment of what it is worth.”

Jay has been visiting Ireland for several years and has helped many businesses get maximum value for core items that might otherwise have been scrapped. These customers have come to appreciate the honest and reliable service from a business that shares the same family values of many Irish family businesses in the motor trade. 

Jay adds, “We are happy to talk to any kind of business about what they may have and how we can help them. We can arrange prompt correction and payment no matter where you are.” He also points out that other businesses such as garages, bodyshops and dismantlers may be sitting on redundant stock that still has value in remanufacturing.

Jay will be visiting Ireland in May and is keen to hear from motor factors and other motor trade companies that have a quantity of suitable used parts, or unwanted stock. He can be contacted on 0044 7930 038245.

Alternatively you can contact Eurolec by email: adam@euroleccore.com

Alternatively to find out more about Eurolec activities and products, please visit their new website at euroleccore.com.
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