Some of the largest players in the field of automotive remanufacturing have confirmed their presence for BigR/ReMaTecUSA 2014 in Las Vegas. Remanufacturing executives from ATSCO, BBB Industries, Caterpillar, Detroit Diesel, Mitsubishi Electric, TRW, Valeo Service and ZF Services LLC will attend. The annual remanufacturing trade show, which is set to be the largest remanufacturing event in the US, will be held at the Rio All-Suite Hotel in Las Vegas from November 1 – 3, 2014.
Remanufacturing = big business
Remanufacturing is big business and is getting bigger all the time. Now, on the heels of the success of its remanufacturing event in Europe, APRA and ReMaTec bring their formula for success to Las Vegas. On top of a large number US attendees, the event attracts a lot of oversees interest as well. Visitors from 24 different countries have pre-registered including Australia, Canada, The Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Japan, The UK, Poland, Russia and China.
Strong Conference Program
BigR/ReMaTcUSA offers a strong Conference Program. For the full program including the ReMaTecTheatre sessions, visit the show website on www.bigrrematecusa.com
A glance of the featured Seminar sessions:
“Reverse Engineering of Electronically Controlled Products” – by Bob German and Mathew Emo, Fight Systems.
Electronic and Mechatronic remanufacturing can present numerous challenges when it comes to indentifying the root cause of field failures. Reverse Engineering methodologies and tools can be an important part of starting a new reman program.This seminar will present an overview of methodologies and technologies typically employed in documenting the requirements of electronic products.
“Going the Distance with Common Rail”- Omar Queto, L &J Diesel.
A brief evolution of fuel injection including Electronic Unit Injector. Hydraulic/Electronic Unit Injector and Common Rail Injector. Comparisons of OEM and Aftermarket test equipment methods, solutions and deficiencies. Strategies for remanufacturers.
“Calculating the True Cost of Cleaning”Dr. Michael Haselkorn, Glisano Institute for Sustainability, RIT.
This presentation will discuss the costs associated with cleaning and the methods used to calculate the true benefits to the organization. Surface cleaning is one step in the remanufacturing process where companies can typically find improvement opportunities due to the ever increasing number of new chemistries and technologies available.
More information about registration, the program, entrance fees, the exhibitor list and floor plan, can be found at the show website: www.bigrrematecusa.com