The large automatic teller machines (ATMs) used by banks are robust and modular and are nearly all remanufactured during their lives, with OEMs remanufacturing the majority of their installed ATMs. The major opportunity in this area is with the smaller, lower cost, commercial ATMs where technology innovations are providing new uses and the market is increasing. Manufacturers of smaller ATMs can be encouraged to investigate alternate designs, which are more conducive to remanufacture. Issues with security suppress competition within the market.

This 2006 report has been reformatted for 2009.