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Products & Services Business Operations Manufacturing

Organizing the Remanufacturing Management Structure: Best Practices

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Published: Pre-2013


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Best Practices, LLC undertook this benchmarking study to find the optimal organizational structure for remanufacturing operations. Our research seeks to provide our partners with answers to the following challenges: What are the optimal organizational depth and spans of control for the management structure? What are the key responsibilities of front-line supervisors? What are the processes and technologies used to track the value added through remanufacturing and repair activities? To address these issues, Best Practices, LLC analysts identified a benchmark class of five companies with similar remanufacturing facilities. These peer facilities were characterized by a remanufacturing focus on equipment with a combination of electronic/mechanical components and a focus on equipment with medium-level complexity. Analysts interviewed executives from representative facilities in each of these five companies. During the executive interviews, our analysts probed for the best practices that enabled companies to overcome key challenges presented by their management structures. The key findings of Best Practices, LLC’s research are contained in this document. The results of this benchmarking study will be critical in helping each benchmark partner identify the optimal structure for its remanufacturing operations.

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High Tech; Telecommunications; Manufacturing


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