Global remanufacturing benchmark to reveal shifting trends

Monday, 7 December 2020

Rematec and Kemény Boehme & Company (KBC) are conducting a recurring study to provide deep insight into all aspects of the remanufacturing industry. Industry professionals are invited to participate in the survey, which will close on 31 August 2019.

In the last Global Remanufacturing Benchmark, respondents from North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific were asked about the markets in which they operate, their products and processes, as well as how they handle key issues such as reverse logistics and warranties. This year, the survey focuses on OEM/OES, Tier-n and IAM. Rematec and KBC hope to uncover what companies think about their work in the remanufacturing industry, from core handling to quality control.

A few of the highlights from the latest benchmark:

1. Central and Eastern Europe are crucial markets for the companies surveyed, with North America and Asia-Pacific regions also playing an important role.

2. Europe remains the key market for them when it comes to remanufactured parts.

3. Passenger cars, light commercial vehicles and heavy trucks are among the key target industries for those who responded to the survey.

Answering the survey takes about 10 minutes. By participating in this study, professionals contributing will automatically receive the final benchmark report. The survey closes on 31 August 2019. Publication of the report is expected in Q1 2020. Want more information about the survey or the benchmark? Go to