Stellantis bats for remanufacturing with SUSTAINera product line
Remanufacturing is a key pillar of Stellantis’ strategy for achieving Carbon Net Zero by 2038; automaker targets a circular economy turnover of over 2 billion euros by 2030.
Stellantis took centre-tage at Rematec trade fair, which ran from 27 to 29 June in Amsterdam, to promote its strategic Circular Economy activities, and particularly the SUSTAINera line of remanufactured products.
“Stellantis’ Circular Economy business is based on the 4R strategy: Remanufacturing, Repair, Reuse, Recycle. Reman is a central pillar of it, as it is aimed at extending products’ lifespans and providing a sustainable addition in the Company’s aftersales spare parts range", said Alison Jones, Senior Vice-President and Global Circular Economy head at Stellantis, who delivered a keynote titled ‘Remanufacturing - our industrial and innovative scale up' at Rematec’s conference program. “Stellantis is targeting Carbon Net Zero by 2038, a circular economy turnover of over 2 billion euros by 2030, and Remanufacturing is a key component to achieving these objectives.”
Stellantis also showcased two cars: the Peugeot e-208 in the battery corner with its high voltage battery that can be remanufactured; and the radical Citroën ‘Oli’ concept car at the SUSTAINera booth, an example of the Design for Circular Economy approach.
SUSTAINera: 13,000 parts across 35 product lines
Stellantis through the SUSTAINera label offers remanufactured automotive spare parts with a wide range of 13,000 parts number across 37 different product lines like starters, alternators, clutches, turbochargers, injectors, brake calipers, electronic control modules, control units, multimedia, SCR tank, transmissions, engines, and high-voltage batteries for electric vehicles,
The SUSTAINera REMAN parts offer reduces the use of raw materials on average by 60% to 95%, depending on the part, and cuts the CO2 emissions by 30% to 80% compared to new parts production*.
Stellantis states that it continues to expand its worldwide infrastructure and innovative thinking, both inhouse and with suppliers, to provide a growing number of SUSTAINera parts to customers, worldwide sales of remanufactured parts by SUSTAINera grew by 19% in 2022. This activity contributes to the Circular Economy, one of the seven business units defined in the Stellantis Dare Forward 2030 strategic plan. The circular economy objective is to achieve more than 2 billion euros in turnover by 2030, including quadrupling revenues derived from extending product lifespan and increasing revenues from recycling tenfold compared to 2021.
“SUSTAINera delivers to customers and repairers a sustainable and affordable solution without compromising on quality: same performance and warranty conditions as new parts, while preserving the environment through decreased waste, less use of our planet’s resources and reduced carbon footprint,” added Alison Jones.
Inaugural Mercedes-Benz Charging Hub in Mannheim sets new standards for fast, safe and green charging of EVs, offering a...
New system integrates existing drive components to deliver excellent efficiency, power and durability without impacting ...