MERA To Host Re-Connection 2020

MERA To Host Re-Connection 2020

Save $100 on each ticket when 2 or more attend from the same company.

MERA has announced details for RE-CONNECTION 2020, which will be held virtually on the afternoons of Oct. 5-6. This event – scheduled from 1-5 p.m. EDT on each day – will offer participants the chance to recharge, rediscover and reconnect with the remanufacturing community.  

Programming for the event will include:

  • Making Heads or Tails of this COVID Economy
  • Promoting Remanufacturing: Where Sustainability Meets Manufacturing
  • The Upcoming Election & How It Can Impact Your Business
  • Key Customer Addresses
    • Betts Trucks Parts & Service: Earning Your Trust, Mile After Mile
    • NAPA Know How: Building Strong Relationships with Remanufacturers
  • Remanufacturing Town Hall: Powered by Cummins®
  • Industry 4.0: From Additive Manufacturing to Virtual Reality – Transformational Strategies for Remanufacturers
  • Warranty Report: An Expert’s View on Remanufactured Products
  • Dedicated time to network and connect with Town Hall and Customer executives, event sponsors and your industry peers

Special Group Discount

Save $100 on each ticket when 2 or more attend from the same company.

Click here for more details and to register.

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