In today's fast-paced business environment, outsourcing product repairs can be a smart choice for businesses of all sizes. For many businesses, product repairs can be a time-consuming and expensive process. Maintaining an in-house repair department can be cost-prohibitive. Whereas, outsourcing product repairs involves hiring a third-party repair service to handle repairs for your products, rather than maintaining an in-house repair department. This approach can offer several benefits for businesses, including cost savings, time savings, access to specialised expertise, improved customer satisfaction, and reduced risk.
"Currently, a large number of end-of-life, faulty and defective battery packs end up in landfill. Often these products could be repaired or repurposed. For example, a switch failure, which can easily be repaired or replaced, often results in the whole battery pack being discarded. There are therefore wide ranging environmental and financial benefits through providing second life applications for the batteries.
In light of this insight, Dtronix partnered with WMG and took part in the WMG Internship Programme. The main objective of the collaboration was to use Dtronix skills for identifying ways to repurpose lithium-ion battery packs from the micromobility sector."Read more