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Logistic concept for take-back-systems for used electronic automotive spare parts

: Metzler, S.

Reichl, H.; Nissen, N.F.; Müller, J.; Deubzer, O. ; Fraunhofer-Institut für Zuverlässigkeit und Mikrointegration -IZM-, Berlin:
Electronics Goes Green 2008+. Merging Technology and Sustainable Development. Proceedings : Joint International Congress and Exhibition "Electronics Goes Green 2008+". September 7 - 10, 2008, Berlin, Germany
Stuttgart: Fraunhofer IRB Verlag, 2008
ISBN: 3-8167-7668-X
ISBN: 978-3-8167-7668-0
Joint International Congress and Exhibition "Electronics Goes Green 2008+" <2008, Berlin>
Fraunhofer IML ()
Ersatzteilversorgungsstrategie; Wiederverwendung; Automobilelektronik; Rückführlogistik; Rücknahmesystem; Informationslogistik

A series of test programs like in the ReECar projekt have shown electronic assemblies from used cars are not "old iron". Used control units of anti-skid systems (ABS) or central control units fulfil the same qualification process like new products. In order to include used but qualified assemblies in a manufucture spare part program over 15 years as an inherent part, special logistics and information logistic concepts are required. In contrast to the public market reusing used electronic car assemblies, the manufacture´s market is not well developed up to date. The paper presents the finding process of a framework regarding the market of end of life vehicles (ELV). Furthermore, results concerning the available quantity of interesting assemblies as well as the time and costs for dismantling, collecting and redistributing are presented. The paper describes a framework based on standard interfaces proposed for data exchange between manufacturers, service operation and "automotive treatment facilities" (ATF) resource planning systems. Thus it contributes to the sustainable use of resources in the automotive area considering economic and social aspects by logistic and information logistic concepts for electronic part reuse.