MERA has shared details for its upcoming Spring Remanufacturing Conference, which takes place April 12 in Greater Philadelphia.
The event will include three facility tours, insights sessions and a Town Hall, along with networking among the reman community in a historic location.
Hosted by My Auto Store in the historic Victor Talking Machine Co. building in Camden, NJ, this conference offers business insights, networking, and the opportunity to experience first-hand one disassembly and two remanufacturing facilities.
My Auto Store is a subsidiary of EMR, one of the world’s largest scrap metal recycling companies. Their state-of-the-art automotive disassembly plant in Camden, New Jersey, has the capacity to dismantle more than 7,000 vehicles each month.
Attendees will also tour the facilities of TransAxle, a privately-owned remanufacturer of drivetrain components with multiple locations, nationwide. They cover light to heavy-duty applications, all makes and models, in the on-highway and off-highway markets.
Sessions listed in EDT and are subject to change
Registration, Coffee, and Networking at My Auto Store HQ, Camden, NJ
Welcome & Tour Instructions
BUS DEPARTS for My Auto Store Disassembly Facility Tour
BUS DEPARTS for TransAxle Remanufacturing Facility Tours
BUS DEPARTS for My Auto Store HQ
Evolving Vehicle Technologies and the Role of Remanufacturing
As technologies continue to evolve, so do opportunities for remanufacturing. MERA Technology & Operations Council Chair P.T. Muldoon will lead a discussion on the remanufacturing of some of today’s newer technologies, such as advanced electronics, lighting, and EV batteries.
Remanufacturing Town Hall: Sustainable by Definition
Remanufacturing is well positioned to help members communicate their long-standing commitment to ESG. Hear from industry executives are learn how they are shaping their companies’ plans and actions. Participate in this interactive discussion with your industry peers as we discuss sustainability, reporting, and how to elevate remanufacturing in the ESG conversation with stakeholders.
Closing Remarks and Introduction to the History of the Victor Talking Machine Co. Building
Networking Reception in Historic Recording Studio
Held in the former recording studio on the 8th floor, the “Auditorium” Studio where early Jazz and guitar recordings, bluegrass, and film work was recorded. It is also the location of the first recordings of the Philadelphia and Boston Symphony Orchestras in 1917.
Registration discounts are available for 2 or more attendees from the same company.
Complete details are available HERE.