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GB Celebrates 35 Years In Business

Today, the company has more than 125 employees and is based out of Long Beach, California.

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Founded in 1986 by Bill and Michael Kitching, GB Remanufacturing is celebrating 35 years in business this year. The company remanufactures and distributes gasoline and diesel fuel system related products to its customers around the world.

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Bill and Michael started the company in a leased 1,100 sq.-ft. building in Signal Hill, California. The company’s original product offering was remanufactured carburetor choke pull-offs that were distributed to carburetor rebuilders. As the years progressed and automotive technology evolved, the company expanded its offerings and moved a short distance to its current location in Long Beach, California.

Today, the company has grown to over 125 employees and provides 1,200+ remanufactured gasoline and diesel fuel injectors, diesel electronics and components to the automotive aftermarket.

“It has been an honor to lead this company and its employees over the past 35 years. The last two years have certainly put our business to the test, along with many others in our industry, and I could not be more proud of Team GB and all that we have accomplished during these unprecedented times,” said president and CEO Michael Kitching as he reflected on the company’s 35 years in business. “I look forward to working with our employees, taking care of our valued customers, and continuing to push forward and innovate industry-leading remanufactured products and technologies for many years to come.”

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Kitching adds GB’s success is the result of dedicated employees who provides its customers with the highest-quality products, and an unwavering commitment to provide excellence in customer service.

To learn more about GB and how the company can develop a successful fuel injection program for your organization, visit www.gbreman.com.

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