IM Group now part of GUD Au­to­mo­tive

Motor Equipment News - - NEWS -

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.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from New Zealand

© PressReader. All rights reserved.