Rematec Amsterdam unveils new floor plan for 2025 edition

Situated alongside co-located events Intertraffic and Amsterdam Drone Week, Rematec Amsterdam, set to occur from April 8-10, 2025, is expanding its focus to include essential elements of the future of mobility: Battery, EV and Charging technologies. This strategic layout facilitates a more cohesive examination of connected vehicles from diverse angles, show organizers say.

Peter Lukassen, Director, Automotive Aftermarket Operational Sustainability, Bosch. Photo by Mark Phillips/Aftermarket Intel

Rematec Amsterdam has unveiled a new floorplan that integrates the newly established RMTC Congress, positioning itself as a hub for innovation in the automotive and remanufacturing industry.

Situated alongside co-located events Intertraffic and Amsterdam Drone Week, Rematec Amsterdam, set to occur from April 8-10, 2025, is expanding its focus to include essential elements of the future of mobility: Battery, EV and Charging technologies. This strategic layout facilitates a more cohesive examination of connected vehicles from diverse angles, show organizers say.

This fresh approach to the show layout is designed to foster a seamless exchange of knowledge and technology across various sectors, significantly enhancing networking and collaboration opportunities.

The addition of the RMTC Congress, themed “Stretching the Product Lifecycle,” promises to bring high-level discussions on globally relevant topics to the forefront, establishing a new benchmark for knowledge exchange in the remanufacturing sector, show organizers say.

Looking back at the previous show in 2023, Rematec Amsterdam marked a triumphant return after a four-year hiatus. Co-organized with the Automotive Parts Remanufacturers Association (APRA), the event drew a substantial crowd, with 3,837 attendees from more than 90 countries, 78 percent of whom were international visitors. The 2023 iteration not only reinstated the show’s significance but also set a high bar for future events. Kim Buitelaar-Wollenberg, Exhibition Manager at RAI, reflected on the success: “We are very proud to have the trade show back again. There was a great vibe everywhere on the show floor,” highlighting the industry’s resilience and enduring spirit of collaboration.

The sentiment was echoed by Dr. Daniel C.F. Köhler, Chairman of APRA Europe, during his opening remarks. He emphasized the necessity of centering customer needs in the remanufacturing process, a sentiment that resonates deeply within the industry, especially in times of recovery and evolving market demands.

The show also served as a significant platform for discussing key industry trends, including the remanufacturing of battery packs—a critical topic as the adoption of electric vehicles accelerates.

The importance of sustainable manufacturing practices was another focal point, with the Rematec Theatre Programme offering more than 60 sessions that delved into these pressing issues.

Academic institutions like the University of Brighton and Fraunhofer Research Institute played crucial roles, bridging the gap between academic research and industry application, and underscoring the event’s commitment to innovation and education.

For more information, visit the Rematec Amsterdam website.


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