Reman reverse logistics specialist CoremanNet has opened a new US service hub in Memphis, Tennessee. It offers a sorting capacity up to 1.5 million cores per year and provides a warehousing capacity of one million parts. The company says the new location is necessary “to further improve and extend its services within the North American market”. An existing used parts sorting and warehousing facility for automotive aftermarket products has been relocated from Atlanta to the new location. The company adds: “The centrality and infrastructure of the Memphis service hub is the perfect base to fulfil customer‘s needs to return and ship used parts from and to” the US and Canada. CoremanNet, a reverse logistics network for used automotive parts run by the Circular Economy Solutions GmbH (C-ECO), has 21 service locations worldwide and offices in Göttingen and Karlsruhe, Germany as well as US representation in Chicago.