News: The Netherlands - survey on practitioner's product recovery practices
Are you engaged in recovery practices? In today’s economy, next to producing and selling products, creating value through recovery practices becomes more and more important.
Thursday, 24th November 2011
Recovery practices refer to the acquisition (collection) and reprocessing of end-of-use, end-of-life products or production/retailer returns to retain materials, components/parts or even the whole product, and reuse these recovery outputs to generate value for the company. The Value Creation by Closing the Loop Initiative, a joint Erasmus University / Dinalog research project is conducting a study on recovery practices and kindly requests the cooperation of practitioners for the following survey. Please go to the external web-link to start with the questionnaire which needs to be completed by 5th December 2011. Access to the survey results is available at a later stage to those participants who complete the survey.
Caterpillar Remanufacturing celebrates 35th anniversary
CAT Reman opened its doors in Corinth and Alcorn County in Mississippi, USA in 1982 with just 11 employees. 35 years on, there are over 1,300 men and women working at CAT Remanâ€™s four sites there.Â