News: The business case for remanufacturing is "compelling", says Seigo Robinson
The CRR delivered a market report to the European Remanufacturing Network's meeting on 21 January. We predicted that, by 2030, remanufacturing could generate EUR 90 billion and employ 255,000 people in Europe.
Wednesday, 2nd March 2016
Remanufacturing services are seen as critical to the Circular Economy model which the EU is keen to promote. An article in February's edition of ReMaTec News places Oakdene Hollins, operating as the CRR, as "a new force in remanufacturing".
Oakdene Hollins' Seigo Robinson explained to the ERN event on 21 January that there is a compelling business case to embrace remanufacturing. "The top motives for businesses to remanufacture are higher profit margins, environmental responsibility, a strategic advantage and increased market share," he is quoted as saying. ReMaTec News reports that these "all point to an encouraging view of the future of the remanufacturing industry from those within the business."