A key priority of CNH Industrial is cutting waste and regenerating value. In “A Sustainable Year”, the global machine manufacturer explores the world of remanufacturing parts (Reman). The story explains the benefits of remanufactured parts over new parts.
Remanufacturing significantly reduces the environmental impact of CNH Industrial’s operations, extends the life of their products, and is significantly faster compared to the time it takes to manufacture a new part. The process requires 80% less energy than producing equivalent new parts, so customers reduce their carbon footprint, benefit from faster delivery times, and save money. Bruce Krueger, General Manager of CNH Industrial Reman North America, discusses the winning traits of remanufacturing at CNH Industrial in this online story.
An accompanying interview with renowned expert Dr. Nabil Nasr, Director of the Golisano Institute for Sustainability and CEO of the REMADE Institute, spotlights remanufacturing, and the changes needed to foster innovation.
At CNH Industrial, sustainability stewardship is one of the company’s strategic priorities. The practice of remanufacturing brings significant financial advantages while also supporting their environmental goals.