IM Group now part of GUD Automotive
Specialist automotive electronics and mechatronics company, Innovative Mechatronics Group (IM Group), which was established in 1983 and has gone on to become a market leader within its individual brand categories through innovation and high quality standards, has been acquired by GUD Holdings to become part of the GUD Automotive Business Unit.
Since its inception the company has developed a record of quality and innovation as a result of extensive in-house R& D technical capabilities designing, developing and validating new products, processes and test equipment.
IM Group has been the recipient of many industry awards for innovation, export achievements, marketing excellence and manufacturing and was inducted into the prestigious Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame in 2006.
The IM Group’s respected brands include Injectronics – remanufactured automotive electronic and mechatronic components; RAE Ignition and Sensors including ignition coils; dat Equipment – diagnostic speciality tools and equipment; MAP mechatronics auto parts – Australia’s leading range of remote buttons, shells, complete remotes and keys to suit a wide range of popular makes and models and genuine OEM replacement parts from some of the world’s leading manufacturers.
To further strengthen the brand names, the highly respected Goss range of sensors, fuel pumps, ignition coils will become part of the group.
ISO 9001 Quality Certified Injectronics, with its advanced research and development and technical expertise, is firmly established as a market leader in the remanufacture and repair of a broad range of electronic components on modern vehicles, drastically reducing costs on expensive replacements by recycling, reusing and reducing waste.
Products include ABS modules and sensors, airflow/mass meters, body control modules, climate controls, electronic control modules. throttle bodies, immobilisers and key matching, as well as instrument clusters/ information displays, and heavy duty and diesel control modules such as turbo actuators, injector pump and abs control modules.
The company also offers a repair service for the automotive industry where the original failed component can be repaired and returned, enabling it to be refitted to the original vehicle, saving workshop time and money while avoiding the need to reprogramme the product to the vehicle.
The Injectronics website provides a valuable source of information in technical bulletins and details of common faults, while a hotline gives access to the trade to technical support on such things as wiring diagrams, fault code interpretations, adjustment, testing and programming procedures.