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End-Of-Life

End-of-life Product Management


The End-Of-Life process for Product Management indicates the responsibility producers have at the end of their product’s useful lifetime. A product’s end of life can be due to market changes, technological innovation, new developments, or product functionality. Successful companies are those who plan strategies to address their product’s environmental impact, and a growing number of jurisdictions now have legal requirements for this step in the product process.

Enhesa’s scope for End-Of-Life issues includes the following:

  • General take back and reverse logistics
  • Requirements focused on
  • Packaging
    • Vehicles
    • Electrical and electronic equipment
    • Batteries
    • Tires
    •  Pharmaceuticals
  • Recycling and disposal, both general and focused on
    • Packaging
    • Vehicles
    • Electrical and electronic equipment
    • Batteries
    • Paper
    • Tires
    • Pharmaceuticals
    • Construction materials
    • And more...
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