China Recycling Association Visits Phoenix Automotive Cores
The China National Resources Recycling Association (CRRARD) made a historic visit of the headquarters of Phoenix Automotive Cores on November 6, 2015.
The CRRARD began a tour of automotive recyclers and automotive core suppliers in the United States in late October 2015. The tour was designed to promote China’s fledgling automotive recycling and remanufacturing industries. The association’s delegation consisted of about 32 representatives from various private and national interests.
The CRRARD delegation visited several United States companies known for their leadership in the automotive recycling industry. The purpose of this tour was to provide practical information on how these leading companies fulfill the needs of automotive recycling and automotive parts remanufacturing. China is in the early stages of automotive recycling and is very interested in addressing its future automotive recycling needs. However, automotive recycling and parts remanufacturing has been common place in the United States for over 80 years. The tour concluded with the visit to Phoenix Automotive Cores to see the function of an automotive core supplier.
During the tour, the CRRARD delegation was able to see how cores are received, inventoried and then processed to fill orders from automotive parts remanufacturers. The tour also included an opportunity to see a state of the art catalytic converter de-canning process.
Richard Bian, Chief Representative of the North American Office for CRRARD, thanked Phoenix Automotive Cores for the visit and said he believed the members learned and lot and got a clearer picture of the future of the recycling business.
“We visited many companies this time while in the United States. Phoenix Automotive Cores gave us the strongest memory in great organization, strong power of executive, well-trained workers and perfect team spirit,” he said.
The visit and tour ended with an exchange of welcoming gifts from both the CRRARD and Phoenix Automotive Cores. An online photo album of the historic visit can be found at the following link: http://bit.ly/1HEicIr.