PERA Announces New Board of Directors - Engine Builder Magazine

PERA Announces New Board of Directors

Randy Bauer, of Jasper Engine & Transmission Exchange, Jasper, IN; and  Robert Stanley of The Armakleen Company, Princeton, NJ, were elected to the board of directors of the Production Engine Remanufacturers Association (PERA) at the organization’s 68th Annual Conference held recently in Dallas, TX.

Bauer and Stanley replace board of directors Bill Levy, U.S. Tool & Mfg. Company,  Addison, IL; and Pete Noble, LKQ Remanufacturing, Springfield, MO, who recently served out their terms.

PERA is an association of individuals and firms who are remanufacturing internal combustion engines and their major components, or are supplying necessary components, supplies and equipment required in the remanufacturing process.

For more information, visit http://www.pera.org.

 

 

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