The Effect of Competition on Recovery Strategies

  title={The Effect of Competition on Recovery Strategies},
  author={M. Ferguson and L. B. Toktay},
  journal={Production and Operations Management},
  • M. Ferguson, L. B. Toktay
  • Published 2009
  • Economics
  • Production and Operations Management
  • Manufacturers often face a choice of whether to recover the value in their end-of-life products through remanufacturing. In many cases, firms choose not to remanufacture, as they are (rightly) concerned that the remanufactured product will cannibalize sales of the higher-margin new product. However, such a strategy may backfire for manufacturers operating in industries where their end-of-life products (cell phones, tires, computers, automotive parts, etc.) are attractive to third-party… CONTINUE READING

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