Remanufactured Goods: U.S. Activities, Sector Studies and Global Markets


Lori A. Simmons (Editor)

Series: Trade Issues, Policies and Laws, Manufacturing Technology Research
BISAC: LAW020000

The United States is the world’s largest producer, consumer, and exporter of remanufactured goods. Remanufacturing is an industrial process that restores end-of-life goods to original working (“like new”) condition. Remanufacturing occurs across a diverse range of industry sectors in the United States, but is more common in sectors making capital-intensive, durable products that have relatively longer product life cycles. The sectors that account for the majority of remanufacturing activity in the U.S. include aerospace, consumer products, electrical apparatus, heavy-duty and off-road (HDOR) equipment, information technology (IT) products, locomotives, machinery, medical devices, motor vehicle parts, office furniture, restaurant equipment, and retreaded tires. This book provides an overview of remanufactured goods activities, sector studies and global markets. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Remanufactured Goods: An Overview of the U.S. and Global Industries, Markets, and Trade
(United States International Trade Commission)

Comments to Federal Trade Commission, Re: Request for Public Comments, Used Auto Parts Guide Review
(Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA))

Use of Remanufactured Parts in the Federal Vehicle Fleet Is Based On a Variety of Factors


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