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CarParts.com and CARDONE Go All-In with Michael McDowell at Daytona
McDowell Heads to Best Track Looking for Playoff Spot
MOORESVILLE, N.C. August 25, 2020 – This Saturday night, August 29th, Michael McDowell and the No. 34 Front Row Motorsports team head to the Daytona International Speedway with one goal—to win and earn a playoff spot in the final regular season race of the NASCAR Cup Series. CarParts.com and CARDONE will join McDowell and the team in what is primed to be one of the most exciting races of the season.Read More
We Build It Better
Since 1970, we here at CARDONE have been fixing what fails in the automotive industry. Our success has been fueled by our commitment to building better parts—and better partnerships.
We’re more than just an auto parts manufacturer: we rethink and remanufacture parts to outperform OE standards for reliability. This not only means replacing what’s faulty, but analyzing every inch of the original part design and improving it to create a more reliable, cost-effective product. We not only benefit drivers with our better parts, but our less wasteful, more sustainable approach to innovation benefits the world around us too.
Our business partnerships are built on trust—trust that we will pioneer innovative products, deliver orders on time, provide unparalleled support, and always operate with integrity.
Q&A With CARDONE CEO Mike Carr
In this exclusive Q&A, aftermarketNews sits down with Mike Carr, 30-year aftermarket executive who joined CARDONE Industries in August 2019, as its new CEO. Carr, who now also serves on the MERA Board of Directors, offers insight into CARDONE’s future growth plans and the change in the company’s ownership structure, after three generations as a family run business.Read More from Mike
Reman = Sustainability
Since we opened our doors in 1970, we have operated our business from a position of environmental and social responsibility. That's why our remanufacturing processes emphasize the reduction of energy consumption and the use of raw materials by observing the three tenets of sustainability: Reuse, Recycle, and Refurbish. The Reman process uses only 15% of the energy and 15% of the raw material that is required to make a new part.Learn About CARDONE Sustainability