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Volker Kappius to speak at The Recycler Live

April 30, 2018

The Delacamp head is the first speaker confirmed for this summer’s annual conference in Hungary.

The Recycler Live: Budapest takes place over the 21st and 22nd of June at the Corinthia Hotel, Budapest, with some of the aftermarket’s biggest names and most influential figures discussing the issues of the day.

Alongside a series of workshops and opportunities to speak to key industry personalities one-on-one will be the usual packed conference programme, with Volker Kappius, CEO of Delacamp, the first name confirmed today.

Kappius has been with Delacamp since 2005, having previously worked for Dell Computers, as well as a business consulting company. He holds a postgraduate degree in Business Ethics, and studied Business Administration at the University of Hamburg, with a focus on Marketing, International Management, and Organisational Psychology.

He will address this year’s audience with a timely talk entitled ‘Remanufacturing and the circular economy’, discussing how the European Union, United Nations, and national governments worldwide have been spurred into reconsidering how products are developed, used, reused and recycled, by a combination of resource scarcity and mounting plastic and e-waste. His talk will consider how remanufactured cartridges are able to take advantage of this “second wave” and the preference for prolonged life cycles.

This year’s conference will once again be hosted by Lightwords Director Peter Mayhew, and The Recycler recently published a call for papers from any individuals wishing to speak at the conference.

The Recycler Live – Budapest’ is taking place in association with ETIRA, and with the generous support of our sponsors: Biuromax, Connett & Unland, Heinz Dempski, Lightworks, Messe Frankfurt, Speed Infotech, and wta Carsten Weser.

Registration is open now and tickets can be purchased by clicking here. To read more about the conference, be sure to visit our dedicated pages, here.

 

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