Rematec’s Remanufacturer of the Year (RotY) Award has been relaunched with three new categories which are designed to showcase the breadth of international remanufacturing operations. The three awards – rather than one overall trophy – are intended to inspire companies from nonautomotive backgrounds to put themselves forward, as well as giving more ‘traditional’ remanufacturers from the automotive industry more opportunities to put their businesses in the spotlight.
The new categories are: Best Reman Process Optimisation, Best Reman Business Innovation and Best Reman Ambassador. Current joint award winner Peter Bartel, who won with Salvador Munoz Zarate last year for their lobbying work with the European Commission and United Nations, believes RotY is well worth getting involved in. “The fact that our work for a more circular world is valued by others and seen by the public gave us even more motivation,” he explains. “I think the RotY award is a good motivation for many to support the development of our industry with a lot of passion. Additionally, the yearly award brings faces to our business, and shows that it is based on the daily commitment of individuals.” Closing date for entries is June 26. For full details of how to enter, go to: our special RotY page.