Recycle Emirates lets PCs live on

Situated In the USA pavilion amidst the Sheikh Saeed Halls’ international pavilions is one of the region’s biggest dealers in refurbished and recycled computer equipment, Recycle Emirates.

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Recycle Emirates lets PCs live on Don’t throw away: Recycle it.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 12, 2011

Situated In the USA pavilion amidst the Sheikh Saeed Halls’ international pavilions is one of the region’s biggest dealers in refurbished and recycled computer equipment, Recycle Emirates. Visitors to GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK will find Recycle Emirates behind the host of refurbished computers, monitors and assorted hardware on its stand in Sheikh Saeed Hall.

Sales and Marketing Director Kapil Lal notes that recycling is becoming an increasingly important task, from consumers through to the biggest corporations, and adds: “All our equipment is tested and working tier one hardware, whether computers, monitors, lcds or laptops. We carry all major brands such as Dell, HP, Compaq Acer and IBM.

“We believe the best way to recycle is to re-use. Being a global wholesaler of used and refurbished IT equipment, we offer high quality computer equipment at liquidation prices.  We stock thousands of assets at any given time. We welcome potential customers to visit our facility here in Dubai to inspect our products.

He adds: “All our products are tested as working by our qualified technicians and come with a standard 30 day warranty unless stated otherwise. All products are thoroughly audited, serialised, tested, cleaned and individually/bulk packed for safe shipments. We are compliant to ISO 9001 – one of, if not the only regional computer recycler to meet this standard – and we are committed to retrieving unwanted and surplus computer equipment and putting it back to good use, rather than adding to the world’s growing rubbish mountain.”

Recycle Emirates says it has a consistent supply of equipment and is able to meet orders from small to large. It provides full after sales support through its team of echnicians. It is at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK seeking to connect not only with those who may wish to buy its products, but also to build relationships with companies that may be willing to dispose of unwanted or unused equipment, with cash paid for newer technology including used personal computers, servers, monitors, laptops, networking equipment and more.

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