Resource: Case Studies: Remanufacturing in Caterpillar & SONY Computer Entertainment Europe
This document, produced by the CRR in conjunction with Envirowise is available to download.
Monday, 12th November 2007
Scope and purpose
Its aim is primarily to educate those who can provide support to remanufacturers � Government bodies, RDAs and trade federations, for example � in understanding what remanufacturing is and its benefits by the example of two mainstream, but different, companies. Companies featured: Caterpillar, SONY Computer Entertainment Europe.
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