MERA adds three new members

DIPACO, Turbo Solutions and United States Powertrain have joined the Motor & Equipment Remanufacturers Association (MERA).

Nevada-based DIPACO has been involved in the diesel parts aftermarket since 1948. Before creating the DTech brand in the mid-2000s, DIPACO provided customers with a variety of other significant business opportunities, helping fuel shops develop. For 50 years now DIPACO has been providing fuel injection parts and the resulting business opportunities to fuel injection repair shops throughout North America, and the world, the company says.

Turbo Solutions says it specializes in remanufacturing turbochargers for heavy-, medium-, and light-duty vehicles. Headquartered in Pennsauken, N.J., Turbo Solutions’ state of the art remanufacturing facility is home to factory trained technicians with more than 20 years of experience. Turbo Solutions was established to serve wholesale dealers, distributors, and professional installers, the company says.

United States Powertrain is a full line remanufacturer of automatic transmissions, manual transmissions, transfer cases, axle/differential assemblies and front driveshafts, the company says. Specializing in hard to find drivetrain and powertrain components for Chevrolet, GMC, Ford, Dodge, and Jeep vehicles and a large inventory of many foreign vehicles, United States Powertrain’s new line of remanufactured automatic transmissions covers over 4,000 different units for over 16,000 vehicle applications, the company says.

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