CSI Renting de Tecnología Opens New ITAD Facility in Spain
SEP 13, 2023 - 7:00 am
CSI Renting de Tecnología, a wholly-owned subsidiary of CSI Leasing, opened EPC Global Solutions Spain, a specialized IT asset disposition (ITAD) facility focused on the refurbishment and remarketing of used IT equipment. This new addition expands EPC’s European operations and joins its sister European ITAD companies, EPC Global Solutions UK, EPC Global Solutions Slovakia and EPC Global Solutions Deutschland, along with several EPC companies located throughout the Americas.
Situated in Azuqueca de Henares (Guadalajara), the Spanish facility encompasses 1,600 square meters of floor space and has the capacity to manage up to 50,000 assets annually, with the flexibility to scale up to more than 134,000 assets as required. Pedro Roca García, who has experience in the logistics sector, as well as a background as a warehouse manager and in quality and process control project management, will oversee the operations of the facility.
“This new location enables CSI to align our services more effectively with the needs of our customers, particularly global companies that prioritize governance and regulatory compliance regarding their IT equipment,” Lidia Gallardo, lifecycle services manager for CSI Renting, said. “Through strategic initiatives like this, CSI Renting remains at the forefront of the leasing industry, providing exceptional ITAD services, including data destruction and proper IT disposal.”
“This step reinforces CSI’s mission to become a global strategic alliance for customers, supporting them in financing, managing and disposing of IT assets securely and sustainably while promoting circular economy solutions,” Maria Ángeles Romera, general manager of CSI Renting, said.
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