I-ITC aligns with three other remanufacturing business associations to form an alliance with Remanufacturing Industries Council (RIC).
Representing the print consumables remanufacturing industry, the International Imaging Technology Council (I-ITC) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Remanufacturing Industries Council (RIC) and other associations. The memorandum aims to enhance information sharing among the parties, so as to contribute to the advancement of the entire remanufacturing industry.
According to Digital Journal, the MoU recognizes the long-standing partnership between these associations and fosters collaboration in the dissemination of news and information relevant to all remanufacturing sectors. It also creates a framework for cooperation and support of strategic initiatives for advancing industry objectives in all sectors. The entire remanufacturing industry will be supported with leadership of the Remanufacturing Industries Council.
“The new Memorandum of Understanding between our organization and these sector associations marks an important step forward in RIC’s ongoing efforts to Advocate, Educate, and Collaborate on behalf of the entire remanufacturing industry,” said Bill Davies, RIC Chairman.
“Remanufacturing is good for the environment, consumers and local economies,” commented Tricia Judge, Executive Director at the I-ITC. “But the individual companies are constantly facing obstacles that, taken on individually, would be insurmountable. That’s why the RIC needs to be strong and active. Together, we can protect these vital industries and foster growth in all kinds of manufacturing sectors.”
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