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MERA Annual Remanufacturing Conference Takes Place Oct. 4-5

Both virtual and in-person options are available for the event taking place in Metro Detroit.


The 2021 MERA Remanufacturing Conference is just days away, but you can still register for this annual event that brings together remanufacturers, suppliers and industry experts. 


As we navigate a future of change and uncertainty in the automotive and commercial vehicle aftermarket, technological advancements and policy changes can present opportunities for remanufacturing. Register today to hear from BorgWarner’s Anita Barlow, BBB’s Russ Schinzing, CRP’s P.T. Muldoon, MEMA’s Ann Wilson, Detroit Reman’s Amanda Snyder-Keller, DieselCore’s Justin Greenberg, Meritor’s Sherry Hoenicke, Host of Autoline John McElroy and more.

Can’t attend in person? A virtual option also is available. 


October 4 | 2:30 – 6:30 p.m. EDT

With Change Comes Opportunity

MEMA’s Chief Technology Officer will host a panel of special guests to discuss their views on the future of ICE vs. EVs and what the impending changes mean for the remanufacturing industry.


Brian Daugherty, CTO, MEMA

John McElroy, Journalist, Commentator, and Host of Autoline 

Sandy Munro, CEO, Munro & Associates

Accelerating the Energy Transition for Commercial Vehicles

Hyzon Motors will discuss its hydrogen fuel cell technology and how they are driving towards a zero-emissions future for commercial vehicles.

Jay De Veny, VP, Vehicle Technology, Hyzon Motors

ReCONNECT Networking Reception

October 5 | 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. EDT

Legislation, Regulations, and Executive Orders… Oh My!

Ann will bring us up to date on the latest happenings from Washington, D.C. that can impact your business and the remanufacturing industry.

Ann Wilson, Sr. VP, Government Affairs, MEMA

Dealing with the Business Issues of our Times

A panel featuring members of the MERA Women in Remanufacturing Network will discuss current challenges and opportunities – from supply chain disruptions to labor shortages and inflation – from various perspectives within the industry.


Anita Barlow, Managing Director, N.A. Reman, BorgWarner

Kristen Grons, Marketing Manager – Brakes, First Brands

Sherry Hoenicke, Core Manager, Meritor

Amanda Snyder-Keller, Director, Aftermarket Solutions, DTNA – Detroit Reman

Sue Williams, VP, Sales & Marketing, Endural

The Case for a Circular Economy in Electric Vehicle Batteries

The transition to electric vehicles cannot be deemed a success without the sustainable remanufacturing and recycling of lithium-ion batteries. The market is rapidly evolving, and opportunities exist across the landscape to create value for the business ecosystem. Hear from BCG’s partner who leads all things climate and electrification in automotive and beyond.

Nathan Niese, Partner & Associate Director, Electrification & Climate Change, BCG

Fireside Chat with MERA Chairman Justin Greenberg

Get to know your MERA Chairman, and DieselCore CEO, Justin Greenberg during this interview-style session hosted by MERA Past Chairman Dave Overbeeke.


Rethinking the Business of Remanufacturing

Members of the MERA Technology & Operations Council will lead an interactive discussion with the audience on new technologies that are shaping the future of the aftermarket and what remanufacturers need to do now to adapt

P.T. Muldoon, Director of Engineering, CRP Industries

Russ Schnizing, VP Electronics, BBB Industries

To register, click here.



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