RIC-RIT World Remanufacturing Conference
DoubleTree Hotel | Springfield, Missouri
November 7 – 9, 2023
About the RIC-RIT World Remanufacturing Conference
A collaboration of the Remanufacturing Industry Council (RIC) and Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), the conference is a platform for both seasoned and new remanufacturing professionals to make informed business decisions by sharing best practices, exploring new trends, and understanding the critical issues facing remanufacturers globally.
About the Remanufacturing Industries Council (RIC)
RIC is a strategic alliance of businesses and academic institutions that support the remanufacturing industry through collaboration, education, advocacy, and research.
About Golisano Institute for Sustainability (GIS) at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
GIS is an applied research organization that enables key industrial economy stakeholders to leverage sustainability and new technology to solve complex challenges.
Conference to put spotlight on remanufacturing’s carbon-cutting potential
The RIC-RIT World Remanufacturing Conference (WRC) returns November 7–9, 2023, in Springfield, Missouri, to show remanufacturing’s potential as a driver of a zero-carbon economy.
The push to find real, profitable strategies for decarbonizing manufacturing is at full throttle—but is the remanufacturing industry ready? WRC 2023 will provide business leaders, innovators, policymakers, and other decision-makers the opportunity to discover how “reman” can support cleaner, more sustainable production. They will learn from thought leaders working at the intersection of remanufacturing, carbon accounting, and climate policy.
Now in its sixth year, WRC remains the only industry event to focus entirely on remanufacturing, an industrial process for returning used or worn parts and products to a like-new condition.
2023 Keynote Speakers
Jack Stack is president and CEO of SRC Holdings Corporation. Stack, a graduate of Elmhurst College, came to SRC in 1979 as the plant manager of International Harvester. In 1983, Stack and SRC employees bought the company from Harvester and have turned it into, what Inc. magazine has proclaimed, “one of America’s most competitive small companies.” Today, SRC has sales of over $600 million and over 1800 employee-owners. He is the author of the Books The Great Game of Business, A Stake in the Outcome, and his latest, Change the Game: Saving the American Dream by Closing the Gap Between the Haves and Have-Nots. Jack has been married to his wife, Betsy, for fifty-one years and is the father of five children and grandfather of thirteen.