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Remanufacturing is a comprehensive and rigorous industrial process by which a previously sold, worn, or non-functional product or component is returned to a "like-new" or "better-than-new" condition and warranted in performance level and quality. Some of the most commonly remanufactured product categories are: aircraft components, automotive parts, heavy duty equipment engines and components, and medical equipment. GIS is an internationally recognized research center for remanufacturing process technologies, design for remanufacturing, logistics and policy, and business operations. GIS leadership derives from a diverse set of industrial engagements and a unique understanding of the technical requirements of the global remanufacturing industry.

Areas of Expertise

  • Policy, Regulatory & Trade Issues (US & International)
  • Product Recovery and Reverse Logistics
  • Design for Remanufacturing and Separation
  • Green Cleaning Technologies
  • Condition Assessment of Components
  • Materials Aging and Restoration

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