CER hails 'promising' first six months

  • September 26, 2017
  • ReMaTec News
  • Business Policy

The European Remanufacturing Council (CER), launched in January, had a “promising first six months”, said its director David Fitzsimons. “Our sense is that the timing has been almost perfect, with policy makers convinced of the huge resource efficiency benefits on offer from expanding the existing €30 billion remanufacturing sector to €100 billion by 2030.” CER members include Volvo and IBM. The organisation is set to hold a reman workshop (ICoR) examining innovation priorities at Linköping University on 24-26 October, and aims to hold its first members’ meeting later this year, either at the OECD in Paris or its own office in Brussels.

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