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The Remanufacturing Industries Council (RIC) is the unified voice for a global remanufacturing audience. We leverage our members to provide expertise on overcoming local and international challenges that impact the remanufacturing industry – from tools to technology to market acceptance and best practices. RIC provides a platform for communication and collaboration with other stakeholders in order to create winning remanufacturing businesses.
As the voice of the remanufacturing industry, RIC actively promotes the financial, environmental, and workforce benefits of this important business sector. The Remanufacturing Industries Council is a vital support and promotion organization for the global recognition of the value of remanufactured goods.
For more information about RIC, visit us at www.RemanCouncil.org.
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The Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association (AFRA) is the leading global organization for developing and promoting the safe and sustainable management of end-of-life aircraft and components.
Established in 2006, AFRA is a membership-based global collaboration to elevate industry performance and increase commercial value for end-of-service aircraft. AFRA represents companies from across the globe and throughout the supply-chain – from manufacturers to materials recyclers. Through the collective experience of its members, AFRA’s Best Management Practice (BMP) Guide has significantly improved the management of end-of-life aircraft in terms of environmental and sustainable performance.
Founded 20 years ago, AMDR is the global trade association consisting of members of the regulated, professional single-use medical device reprocessing and remanufacturing industry. AMDR represents the reprocessing industry, promotes reprocessing as an important healthcare strategy that helps hospitals and healthcare providers increase quality, reduce costs and build a more resilient supply chain, and protects the interests of its members in regulation, legislation and standard-setting. Follow AMDR on Twitter and connect on LinkedIn to learn more about their work.
APRA was founded October 24, 1941 with several dozen companies. Over the past 75 years, membership has grown to hundreds of member companies worldwide. The association helps protect the industry through its government affairs efforts in Washington, DC and elsewhere. In addition, the association provides technical education as well as networking opportunities for members to grow their business.
The association’s experts create tools for members to navigate the maze of government mandates while enhancing safety, efficiency and productivity.
ARSA is managed by the law firm of Obadal, Filler, MacLeod & Klein, P.L.C., which provides management, government affairs, and legal services to trade associations and transportation-centric companies.
Founded in 2000, the Int’l ITC united a number of regional trade associations that had sprung up since the mid-1980s to serve the fledgling cartridge remanufacturing industry. The Int’l ITC represents more than 600 companies that remanufacture and sell imaging supplies.
PEARL is a membership organization, representing over 70 companies serving the electrical and associated industries, that develops technical standards pertaining to the reconditioning of a wide variety of common electrical products used in commercial and industrial applications.
The Production Engine Remanufacturers Association is an association of individuals and firms who are remanufacturing internal combustion engines and their major components or are supplying necessary components, supplies, and equipment required in the remanufacturing process. PERA provides its members with the opportunity to exchange the ideas, methods, and procedures required to efficiently produce remanufactured products that are equal or superior to original products in quality and performance.