How can ABN AMRO contribute to the arrival of the circular car?

The circular economy is the next step towards a sustainable society. ABN AMRO’s Industry sector banker David Kemps discussed the circular car with Arie de Jong, CEO of mobility sector recycling expert ARN.

In the Netherlands, more and more people choose to share or rent a car. This leads to more intensive car use. As a result: cars and car parts last shorter than they used to. The 300 Dutch mobility suppliers respond to this with innovations that will lead to fully recyclable (aka circular) cars.

In a recent study, ABN AMRO’s David Kemps explores how consumer behaviour changes and elaborates on its consequences for the car industry. According to Kemps, the importance of circular car production will encourage manufacturers to collaborate with suppliers more closely, in order to develop innovative and circular solution. For Dutch suppliers in particular, this will generate opportunities.

How can ABN AMRO contribute to the arrival of the circular car? For 'Where does the bank stand', Kemps traveled to Tiel to ask Arie de Jong, the CEO of mobility sector recycling expert ARN.

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