John Deere Highlights the Benefits of Remanufacturing on the Global Reman Day

To celebrate the Remanufacturing Industrial Council’s (RIC) Global Reman Day John Deere is highlighting the environmental and economic benefits of remanufactured parts, and the effective role they can play in growing business and industry sustainability.

Remanufacturing involves the complete disassembly, cleaning, inspection, repair or replacement and reassembly of used components to restore them to a condition that meets or exceeds the original performance specifications.

John Deere Reman is a world leader in the production of remanufactured parts at equal or better standards than the original, helping to reduce waste and conserve natural resources.

John Deere Australia and New Zealand Director of Aftermarket and Customer Support, Emma Ford, said remanufacturing was an integral contributor to the company’s mission to connect with farmers across the world to sustainably support and feed communities as the global population grows.

“By 2030 we know there will be nine billion people on earth who will need to be fed, clothed and housed, and we feel we have a really critical role to play in that. We are very focused on working to support growers in doing ‘more with less’ by providing solutions like remanufactured parts that both reduce the impact on the environment and input expenses both of which are important markers of a sustainable industry that can rise to meet the needs of the future. For example, not having to make a new engine or axle from scratch means natural resources are preserved, melting furnaces aren’t fired up, and carbon footprints are smaller. Having affordable remanufactured parts at the ready also provides dealers with more flexible options to help customers avoid downtime and improve their bottom line.”

said Emma Ford, John Deere Australia and New Zealand Director of Aftermarket and Customer Support.

John Deere remanufactures around 2,300 part numbers including engines, transmissions, axles, and electronics. Nearly 12.5 million kilograms of material was recycled through John Deere Reman in 2022.

John Deere’s remanufacturing is on track to grow 50% by 2030 in line with the company’s Sustainability Strategy, outlined in the 2022 Sustainability Report.'
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