ReMaTec Live And Connected
On May 20th, this year’s ReMaTec will take place virtually as “ReMaTec Live and Connected”. C-ECO will attend, as usual, with their service brand, CoremanNet, the core management for the automotive aftermarket. On the platform, visitors can find interesting information about the CoremanNet services and can get in contact with the team. Virtual meetings can be scheduled and visitors can attend presentations and meetings.
C-ECO's Markus Wagner presents insights about a new digital platform in the Break-out session at 11:45 am. Within the ReCiPSS project, this digital platform for transferable core return options has been developed. It enables new ways of motivating core returns. C-ECO will present the concept and the platform’s use for stakeholders in the automotive aftermarket like remanufacturers, wholesalers, corebrokers and how it will enable new business models.
Since May 6th, visitors can enter the platform. They have the possibility to attend the presentations and keynotes and can contact exhibitors and schedule meetings directly on the platform.
Register now as visitor to attend C-ECO’s Break-out-Session (link see below).
C-ECO’s Director of Marketing and Engineering, Peter Bartel, will also join the event as vice chairman of APRA Europe.
Rematec Live & Connected
An interactive live broad casted online event that is set to shake up the traditional and crowded webinar circuit. Unscripted, live discussions with industry thought leaders. Audience voting and interaction will not be optional but required! Forget passive listening; instead think active engagement.
On top of the conference programme we offer a leading AI-powered event matchmaking platform with robust virtual event features to connect our online exhibitors and visitors. Yes, you got it right: it is a proper virtual meeting space to connect with (new) remanufacturing professionals from all over the world, in person, online! Match, chat, set appointments and meet in groups or 1 on 1, before, during and after the event. Ask questions to speakers, vote, visit companies and network with like minded professionals.
CoremanNet is the leading worldwide core management network in the automotive aftermarket. It manages all typical circular economy challenges with an adaptable system. Starting with the physical collection, core inspection and warehousing to financial accounting of core return options including finance settlement.
The ReCiPSS project aims to explore success factors for circular value chains at large scale. Two industrial demonstrators of the Automotive and White Goods Industries are involved in the project and they will demonstrate the implementation of circular manufacturing systems where the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) is not in full control of the entire product throughout all stages.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 776577-2.