With many businesses affected by disruption to supply chain, it can be argued that now is the perfect time for remanufacturing sceptics to take the idea seriously. In remanufacturing (as opposed to ordinary manufacturing), much of the raw materials and/or components are on the doorstep – in the form of waste, out of date or unwanted products. From this perspective remanufacturing has many possibilities including, potential lower material costs, cheaper and easier transport, enhancement of green credentials, etc. Implementing some kind of remanufacturing aspect/facility will surely enhance the resilience of current manufacturing processes/systems.

In this free to register event, the invited industrial and academic speakers will talk about future challenges faced by manufacturing industries and the latest innovations in remanufacturing. Of particular interest to delegates from industry will be the ‘real-life’ examples of how remanufacturing has already helped the speakers’ own companies to expand and improve their own businesses, and increase supply chain resilience as well as mitigating risks associated with global events such as pandemics or economic turbulence.

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