Value System

We are building a world where circular design becomes the new standard. In which value retention goes without saying. As an individual company, you can take steps on your own by making your product-service design and business model circular. But often collective adjustments in the value system or value chain are required. In a new value system, we establish responsibilities, processes and preconditions collectively. This creates other chains and involves new system parties. And it requires new information flows and updated industry standards, for example. In short: all elements of the traditional value chain go under the microscope to make the new value system a reality.

The elements of a value system

How do we set up a new value system that fits the circular economy? Below you will find information on the different elements of a circular value system.

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Chain Collaboration

What does it take to achieve optimal collaboration between parties throughout the chain? Gain insight into the opportunities and preconditions for circular chain collaboration.

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Collection Systems

From inventory management to return transportation, learn more about operationally and logistically closing product and material cycles.

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Standardization and norms

Collective industry and supply chain agreements are needed that will serve as new design criteria for individual players.

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Datafication / digitization

Digitalization and Smart Industry elements in all life stages of a product contribute to closing the chain and realizing value retention.

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