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APRA Joins With Automechanika Shanghai, China Recycling Remanufacture Association To Organize International Remanufacturing Forum In Shanghai

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“This is a win-win for both organizers as we both work toward encouraging more remanufacturing in China for that country’s own growing demands for environmentally friendly and reasonably priced products,” said APRA President Bill Gager.

 

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SHANGHAI — The Automotive Parts Remanufacturers Association (APRA) has joined with Automechanika Shanghai and China Recycling Remanufacture Association as the co-organizers of this International Remanufacturing Forum that will be held during the Automechanika Shanghai on the afternoons of Dec. 11-12, 2013.

Bill Gager, APRA’s president stated, “APRA is pleased with the strong support of our forum and the remanufacturing pavilion within the exposition by the Automechanika Shanghai Team. This is a win-win for both organizers as we both work toward encouraging more remanufacturing in China for that country’s own growing demands for environmentally friendly and reasonably priced products. China’s vehicle population is about 100 million and growing rapidly as they now produce more vehicles than the USA.” Gager added, “The natural next step will be a growing remanufacturing industry within China as their vehicle population ages.”

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The forum presentations will include:
• Wednesday, Dec. 11 Keynote Address: Chinese Reman Industry – Policy Analysis and Market Insight – Wayne Yao, Duxes (Shanghai) Business Consulting, Inc. (China)
• U.S. Government Policy Regarding Reman Industry – Daniel Green, U.S. Embassy in Beijing (U.S.)
• Tuning up Your Reman Business for Increased Profits – Jon Statler, Maval Manufacturing (U.S)
• Status of Remanufacturing Industry in Korea – Seung Hyun Goh, Chairman, KAPRA (KOREA)
• Current State of Engine Remanufacturing in China – Ge Hong, Executive Vice Secretary of the China Internal Combustion Engine Industry Association (CICEIA) (China)
• Panel Discussion: International Government Policy for Remanufacturing Services / Moderator: Joe Kripli, APRA Chairman (U.S.) / Panel: Daniel Green (U.S. Embassy Beijing); Akira Ikeda, Shin-etse Denso Co. Ltd. (Japan); Tim Roth, SRC (U.S.); Li Feng, Weichai Engine Reman (China); and, Ricky Wang (China)

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• Thursday, Dec. 12 Keynote Address: Latest Developments from the Political and Legal Perspective with Respect to Remanufacturing in China – Shimin Yang, China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT)
• Testing Remanufactured Transmission Mechatronics – Amir Fallah, ATP (U.K.)
• Custom Regulation Regarding Core Import and Export in China – Wu Huading, China Customs
• Core Collection and Core Logistics in USA – Tom Jackson, Rebuilders Automotive Supply (U.S.)
• Core Business and Recycling on Internet: New Thinking and New Channel – Luo Jianfu, CRRA Association
• Core Collection and Core Logistics from OE’s Perspective in China – Li Feng, Weichai Engine Reman Services (China)
• Panel Discussion: International Core Logistics & Government Regulation / Moderator: Tim Roth, APRA Vice Chairman (U.S.) / Panel: Tom Jackson, RAS (U.S.); Akira Ikeda, Shin-etse Denso Co. Ltd (Japan); Ricky Wang (China); and Rex Vandenberg, Injectronics (Australia)

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