Published June 15, 2022 | Version Final
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D8.7: Demonstrator synergies report

  • 1. KTH Royal Institute of Technology


This deliverable is reporting the work carried out in task 8.5. The aim of Task 8.5 was to manage the synergies and cross-fertilization opportunities between the White Goods and Automo-tive Parts demonstrators. As both demonstrators belong to different industrial sectors imple-menting circular business models with different levels of control over their value chains, sev-eral potential synergies and cross-fertilization opportunities have been identified based on the learnings from the circular methodologies and tools used in both demonstrators specifically in the area of business model, product design, supply chain, and ICT infrastructure. The synergies in both demonstrators are related to the “ICT platforms to support Product Service Systems” , “knowledge of legislation and policies” related to the circular economy. The ICT platforms can complement each other to enable the successful implementation of circular business models in both demonstrators. For example, the White Goods demonstrator can use the Part Data Management Platform to manage reverse logistics for its used washing machines and to build a reliable supply of used parts from the market. Both demonstrators can also benefit from the knowledge of legislation and policies related to data collection during the use phase of part/product and cross-border taxations for reverse logistics and remanufacturing. In addition to these synergies, many cross-learnings and cross-fertilization opportunities for business model, product design, supply chain and ICT are identified for both demonstrators.


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ReCiPSS – Resource-efficient Circular Product-Service Systems 776577
European Commission