Keypoint Intelligence announces the availability of the North America Remanufactured Hardware Market Insights report. This comprehensive report reviews current vendor practices, product lines, and strategies for marketing and production, as well as considers the role of third-party suppliers, dealers, and logistics.
Remanufacturing is the rebuilding of a product to achieve the specifications of the original manufactured product using a mixture of reused, repaired, and new parts. It differs from recycled and refurbished devices by overhauling devices so that they can be sold “as new”.
“Not only do remanufactured products provide cost advantages over their new counterparts, we have seen one vendor’s line of remanufactured products priced at 30-60% off New List Price,” says Rachel Dean, Technical Editor. “Regarding sustainability, another vendor device’s CO2 footprint is reduced by 50% when they are remanufactured.”
As sustainability is a fixed point on customer and vendor’s priorities, a remanufactured hardware offering is no longer “nice to have” but a necessity. Evidence points to not only the benefits that remanufactured devices have on the environment, but the ability to extend the lifecycle of machines as demand for new machines decline.
The North America Remanufactured Hardware Market Insights report can be purchased separately or as part of a subscription to other research provided by Keypoint Intelligence’s Office CompleteView service.
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