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Authorized Transmission Remfg. moves to expanded facility

Posted on December 6, 2010

Authorized Transmission Remanufacturing Inc., (ATR) a national supplier of fleet transmissions throughout the U.S. and Canada, has moved into their new 100,000 sq. ft. world class remanufacturing plant located in Mundelein, Ill.

This modern facility provides ATR with the needed space and resources to meet its growing business. The plant has an enclosed cleaning/processing department, soundproof dyno testing area, large remanufacturing area for cellular and rebuilder work stations, employee and customer training room, and a large parts department and warehousing for its product line.

ATR remanufacturers all models of Allison Transmissions, GM, Ford and Chrysler light-duty fleet transmissions, as well as the growing import truck transmission market for Isuzu, Hino, Sprinter and Mitsubishi. ATR serves such customers as waste haulers, ready mix fleets, school bus operators, bottling fleets, delivery companies, OEMs, distributors and many more diverse customers.

For more information on products and distribution, visit www.atreman.com or call (866) 738-7267.

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