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Chemical Management Services from a Product Service System Perspective: Experiences of fluid management services from Volvo Group metalworking plants

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Licentiate Thesis

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IIIEE Dissertations


Abstract

This thesis analyses fluid management services (FMS) in metalworking industry and determines environmental and economic outcomes of FMS as compared to traditional, in-house, fluid management. Fluid management services, or as it is often called chemical management services (CMS), mean that the suppliers of chemicals are also involved in managing and maintaining the fluids in the use phase. Usually one supplier is responsible for managing all the different fluids on a site, but the management may be restricted to some processes or fluids only

Bibtex

@misc{Kurdve3401,
author = {Martin Kurdve},
title = {Chemical Management Services from a Product Service System Perspective: Experiences of fluid management services from Volvo Group metalworking plants},
isbn = {978-91-88902-57-3},
month = {January},
year = {2010},
publisher = {IIIEE Dissertations},
url = {http://www.ipr.mdh.se/publications/3401-}
}