Transtar Industries to Begin Offering OE Recycled Engines - Engine Builder Magazine

Transtar Industries to Begin Offering OE Recycled Engines

The engines are priced and graded based on part condition and mileage. All recycled engines are backed by a 90-day warranty.

Transtar Industries has added another solutions-driven product offering as part of its mission to simplify complex vehicle repair and keep the world moving. The company is now offering original equipment (OE) recycled engines in addition to its expansive line of OE recycled transmissions and transfer cases. Over the past six months, Transtar has significantly increased its product offering to respond to the evolving needs of auto repair shops.

The engines are priced and graded based on part condition and mileage. Products can be purchased on www.transend.us, where you can easily filter your search by condition through Transend’s powerful yet simple-to-use navigation. The price for the engine includes freight, and engines are externally cleaned, drained and shrink-wrapped on pallets before shipping.

“We are committed to significantly expanding our product offering to support the growing needs of current and future customers,” said Neil Sethi, president and CEO of Transtar Holding Company. “Adding a comprehensive selection of OE recycled engines was in direct response to our customers’ evolving product needs.”

All recycled engines are backed by a 90-day warranty (parts replacement), with a 1-year warranty also available. See https://transend.us for more details.

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