News: China - Liuyang to build first remanufacturing industry park in Hunan
Low cost is the advantage for Liuyang Liuyang Remanufacturing Industry Park, Hunan Province.
Wednesday, 11th February 2009
Liuyang manufacturing industry base is expected to build the first experimental park for remanufacturing industry in Hunan Province with high starting point and high standard, so as to create competitive advantage. As related principal introduced, Liuyang manufacturing industry base has assembled more than 50 enterprises of construction machinery and auto parts, among which 5 are oriented on remanufacturing industry. Remanufacture is by means of advanced technology and industrialized production to repair and renovate the waste electromechanical equipments, so as to recover their function and even equip them with new capability to prolong their service life. It can not only make full use of the secondary resources in the waste products, conserve the energy, water and raw materials for manufacturing new products, so as to cut down primary resources exploitation, but also reduce the cost and make convenience for maintaining. Since the beginning of this year, Liuyang manufacturing industry base has launched on the construction of remanufacturing entrepreneurship center, for which the workshops of 70000 - 100000 square meters will be built and preferential policies with low threshold will be taken to attract investments to promote remanufacturing industry. The new projects are expected to realize a newly added industrial output of 1.98 billion Yuan in 2009, with the total output of industry in certain scale of the whole park reaching 5.46 billion Yuan.
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