Launched at the last edition of ReMaTec in Amsterdam two years ago, the Meet the Expert sessions are back by popular demand, offering visitors in-depth Q&As on a range of reman topics
Experts will be available at ReMaTec 2019 to answer the questions which have been bugging you. These sessions are open to everyone and cover everything from the nitty-gritty of cleaning to the biggest legal problems of the future.
As vehicles become more complex, knowing what to do with engine control units is a big challenge to many remanufacturers. Thijs Jasink is available to take your questions on ECU Remanufacturing.
With the growing number of electrical vehicles there will be a staggering demand for the remanufacture of alternative power sources. Senior researcher Francesco Maltoni guides visitors through Battery Pack Remanufacturing.
However, as many ECUs contain patented software, remanufacturing may be seen as an intellectual property infringement. In his session on Legal & Compliance, top automotive lawyer Patrick Ayad will explain the pitfalls.
To comply with the highest specifications, many remanufacturers invest in state of the art Cleaning Technologies. Our expert Matthew Cooper is keen to take questions on various products and their advantages.
As you move through the reman process, remanufactured parts come with the same warranty as new, which means that proper end-of-line testing is crucial. Nardo Stremmelaar knows everything about Testing & Diagnostics and he will offer an overview of the available systems in the market.
The way that reman companies operate is changing. In his session OEM contracts: how to qualify as an independent remanufacturer? our expert Hanno Grosseschmidt will explain what it took to become an authorized supplier for BMW Group.
Finally, reman is often referred to as a hidden giant. But how could marketing and promotion unleash the untapped potential of our industry? John Chalifoux will tell you more in Advanced Marketing for Remanufacturers.