Information
  • Submitted by: Guangxi Liugong Machinery Co., Ltd.
  • Topic: Sustainable consumption and production
  • Keywords: Liugong, Remanufacture Production Base, transmission and hydraumatic key parts
  • Location: Liuzhou, China
  • Date of completion: 31 Mar 2015
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In Support of Rio+20 Future We Want
This initiative is in support of paragraph 272 of the Rio+20 outcome document, the Future We Want
Deliverables & Resources
Liugong Remanufacture Production Base
Description/achievement of initiative

Until 2015, Liugong will sell the remanufactured products for 100 million RMB (16 million US dollars).

Implementation methodologies

For the first installment, Liugong has built a remanufacture production base for 6300 square meter. The remanufacture business focuses on developing transmission and hydramatic key parts and the products mainly consist of Liugong self-made components. Through the remanufacture process of pre-cleaning - dismantling - washing - sorting - repair - assembly - test - painting packaging, the remanufactured products and pieces are ensured to have the same quality and service function with new products and pieces. The reverse logistic work relies on the Liugong parts centers in Changzhou, Tianjing, Chengdu, Xi'an and Liuzhou in China. It is estimated that until the end of 2015, the remanufacture production base will be invested by fixed assets worth more than 50 million RMB. Liugong will sell the remanufacture products via the existing marketing network.

Deliverables
Deliverable Date
Remanufacture sale reaches 40 million RMB (6.4 million US dollars) 2013
Remanufacture sale reaches 65 million RMB (10.4 million US dollars) 2014
Remanufacture sale reaches 100 million RMB (16 million US dollars) 2015
Resources
Type Details
In-kind contribution Investment of fixed assets worth 8 million US dollars for the first installment
Staff / Technical expertise Technology, product, management, marketing and reverse logistics personnel of 20 people.
Other, please specify Production workers of more than 70 people.
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