The organizers of the World Reman Summit planned for early October in
Milan, Italy, have announced that the conference is rescheduled for the first
quarter of 2020.

The change is intended to minimize impacts arising from the number of other reman-related events around the world during the autumn. Such events include the RIC-RIT Conference in Rochester, New York, October 9 and 10 and the MERA and APRA exhibitions in Las Vegas in early November.

“The summit is an important event for remanufacturing in Italy, indeed in Italy, Europe and beyond, and we wanted to reduce competition from other conferences during the autumn,” said conference chairman, professor Marcello Colledani, Politecnico Milan.

“Further details about dates and locations will be forthcoming in due course.”

Aimed at linking reman businesses and science and research across the world, the World Reman Summit in Milan is one of a series of high-level remanufacturing summits since 2014. Previous locations have included Bayreuth, Germany; Rochester, New York, US; Beijing, China; Amsterdam, The Netherlands; and Singapore.

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