EXPANSION, ACQUISTION AND RECOGNITION FOR INJECTRONICS
It has been a solid start to 2022 for the Melbourne-based Injectronics
Already in 2022, Injectronics has enjoyed the opening of a new office in Auckland, the acquisition of the hybrid battery re-build company and industry recognition at the Australian Auto Aftermarket Excellence Awards.
Injectronics explains it is a preferred repairer of electronic and mechatronic components in Australasia and under the broader GUD umbrella, sits alongside well-respected brands such as Narva, Ryco and AA Gasket.
The expansion with the new Auckland office, officially opening in March 2022, provides its growing customer base with local access to its wide range of repair and remanufactured solutions, plus leading technical support service and in-time its growing range of hybrid battery technology.
Closely following the expansion, on April 1st the team completed the acquisition of Hybrid Battery Rebuild (HBR). By adding the technology and assets of HBR to the established Injectronics hybrid program, the acquisition sees Injectronics expanding its capabilities and product offerings in this fast-growing space in terms of being able to test, service and re-build, as well as being able to supply new aftermarket batteries.
Injectronics says its hybrid battery replacements are market leaders, offering remanufactured and new battery solutions that are not only cost effective but environmentally focused.
Injectronics is able to support workshop customers with options including remanufactured, and shortly will introduce its new aftermarket battery, which is suitable for a growing number of cars, alongside the remanufactured solutions.
The remanufactured system implemented by Injectronics is a first of its kind in Australia and is fully backed by the federal government, says Injectronics.
Injectronics was also recognised among the Automotive Aftermarket industry, picking up the award for the Most Innovative New Aftermarket Product (Electrical) at this year’s Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo.
“With the latest acquisition, expansion into New Zealand and recognition of this important product range, Injectronics and IM Group are an industry leader in the hybrid battery market,” IM Group Executive General Manager, Gino Ricciuti, said.
In addition to hybrid battery supplies and refurbishment, Injectronics services a range of transportation forms including rail, marine and heavy industrial.
It offers technology such as the unique ‘Virtual Automotive Simulator’, which provides pin-by-pin testing and program checking. Designed by Injectronics’ in-house engineers in Melbourne, this technology enables Injectronics to test auto components, while maintaining the vehicle’s original coding, security and programming information.
For more information, visit www.injectronics.com.au