News: Manufacturers to explore remanufacturing benefits at Glasgow workshop
Oakdene Hollins to advise at ERN bi-annual event on 14th September.
Wednesday, 14th September 2016
The Scottish Institute for Remanufacture (SIR) and the European Remanufacturing Network (ERN) are co-hosting a workshop at the Technology and Innovation Centre in Glasgow on 13/14 September. The workshop will bring together leading industrial and academic partners from across Europe to share knowledge and best practice in remanufacturing processes across several sectors.
There will also be collaborative workshops on automation in remanufacturing processes, certification in remanufacturing standards, and a European remanufacturing action plan; and a tour of the lab at the Centre for Ultrasonic Engineering.
The event is an opportunity for manufacturers to investigate how remanufacturing can boost their business or for established remanufacturers wanting to improve current processes.
Zero Waste Scotland’s CEO, Iain Gulland, is the keynote speaker on Tuesday.
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