The European Commission supports Research and Innovation projects through the Horizon 2020 programme. Circular Economy Solutions GmbH (C-ECO) participates in two eco-innovative projects in the field of Circular Economy which aim to bring new innovative solutions in the market. It promises more breakthroughs, discoveries and world-firsts by taking great ideas from the lab to the market.
 The goal of the CarE-Service Project is to develop circular economy business models for innovative hybrid and electric mobility through advanced reuse and remanufacturing technologies and services. It is a 3-year project aimed at finding solutions for the “end of life” situation of electric and hybrid electric vehicles (E&HEV).

Remanufacturing, reuse and recycling are the basic strategies which car manufacturers need to implement to ensure future competitiveness, to leverage the benefits of costs saving and to guarantee environmental benefits and superior performances to customers. The CarE-Service project will demonstrate new qualified technologies and services to systematically perform innovative reuse and remanufacturing as key processes to supply value to customers and to minimize environmental impacts. This project is also a cooperation of several companies and organizations.

C-ECO with its know-how in the reverse logistics field and experience in “closing the loop” in the automotive industry (with their service brand CoremanNet) will help in creating new business models and also in the identification and evaluation of high value E&HEV used parts and components such as Li-ion batteries, metal parts and techno-polymers.

The Service of CoremanNet includes identification, evaluation, sorting and on demand delivery to re-use and remanufacturing. With this core competence, CoremanNet will help to develop innovative new methods and processes within the circular economy of CarE-Service.

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 EU1This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No  776851