Rematec Asia 2023: Bridging global remanufacturing efforts

This event is a significant gathering in the remanufacturing sector, providing a platform for international collaboration.

Rematec Asia is set to take place October 11-13, 2023, at the PWTC Poly World Trade Center in Guangzhou, China. This event is a significant gathering in the remanufacturing sector, providing a platform for international collaboration.

The trade event invites professionals to explore new business opportunities, discover innovative products, and network with both Chinese and international remanufacturing professionals. Attendees will learn about the latest advancements in remanufacturing in China and gain a broader understanding of the global industry landscape.

A suite of value-added services enhances the experience for participants. These services include pre-arranged matchmaking appointments, an industry dinner, translation services, and excursions to local remanufacturing companies. The event also presents a unique opportunity as it coincides with Auto Aftermarket Guangzhou, the largest automotive aftermarket show in South East China. This co-location provides attendees with the chance to meet with major car manufacturers like Donfeng, FAW Group, Geely, Mercedes-Benz, PSA and Volvo Car Group.

“Sustainability and circular economy are the best topics in China at this moment,” says Simon Ding, CEO of RAI China, organizer of Rematec Asia. “And remanufacturing is one of the most important pillars of that topic. The Chinese government is promoting and supporting remanufacturing in the country for the next 10 years.

The program over the three days is packed with informative sessions. The first day features discussions on the circular economy, hydrogen energy in vehicle exhaust control, remanufacturing specialized parts for new energy vehicles, and more. The second day continues with sessions on commercial vehicle repair, automatic transmission detection in remanufacturing, lighting modification, and the process and quality inspection system of internal combustion engine remanufacturing, among others.

Guangzhou, with its rich history as a trade and manufacturing hub, serves as a fitting host for Rematec Asia. The event is expected to draw remanufacturing experts from all over the world, making it a global hub for sharing knowledge and exploring business opportunities in the remanufacturing sector.

Ding encourages industry professionals interested in remanufacturing to attend. “We will connect you with the local government, which is the regulatory body for the reman industry,” he says. “They’ll give you all the information about the country, subsidies for the industry for international companies.”

“I will be there, my colleagues from RAI will be there,” he says, “And we will see you there.”

China’s remanufacturing industry has seen notable growth in recent years, and Rematec Asia provides a stage for showcasing the latest trends and innovations in this sector. Rematec, being a leading platform dedicated to automotive remanufacturing, orchestrates this event, inviting all to connect, engage, and explore the future of remanufacturing.

Rematec Asia 2023 promises to be a fruitful venue for professionals to expand their networks, learn about the latest in the industry, and explore potential business opportunities in the thriving remanufacturing sector.

For more information, visit rematec.com/asia.


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