1983-02-01

Engineering for Remanufacturing 830549

Remanufacturing has come of age as an industry, stressing quality, production efficiency, and cost savings in response to growing consumer demand and the imperatives of wise energy and resource use.
A threat to the remanufacturing alternative is engineering that seeks weight reduction and low cost in components rather than durability and hence remanufacturability. Such goals also endanger OEMs' reputation for quality.
As American consumers become more pragmatic, the concept of totally remanufactured cars, as a dependable, low-cost alternative, generates greater public interest.

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