Ingram Micro Commerce & Lifecycle Services Expands IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) Operations in Latin America with New Facility in Mexico City
Brings Company’s ITAD Processing Centers to 14 Countries Globally
Ingram Micro Commerce & Lifecycle Services, a leading provider of IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) services and other supply chain solutions, announced the expansion of its operations in the Latin America market with the opening of an ITAD facility in Mexico City, Mexico. The new processing center adds to Ingram Micro’s existing ITAD operations in the region and is the 21st facility in the company’s global ITAD network, which spans 14 countries. Included in the company’s ITAD services are onsite data destruction, e-waste recycling, and more.
Ingram Micro’s ITAD operation in Mexico arrives at an opportune time, as IT spend within the country reached $24B USD in 2019, and computer and device sales are expected to exceed $9B in 2021, according to Statista. The regional demand for refurbished assets is also strong and continues to grow, and IDC projects that worldwide used mobile phone shipments alone will increase at a CAGR of 13.6% between 2018 and 2023, representing $67B in value by 2023.
“We are proud to support the substantial growth of our global client base through the expansion of our industry-leading ITAD services in Mexico,” said Todd Zegers, vice president ITAD and Reverse Logistics, Ingram Micro Commerce & Lifecycle Services. “Technology and devices have become central to daily life, making related data security and sustainability initiatives more relevant than ever. The opportunity for growth in Latin America is significant, Mexico is the region’s second largest economy, and we look forward to delivering these increasingly important services in a rapidly developing market.”
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“The addition of ITAD services in Mexico completes Ingram Micro’s end-to-end logistics offering within the country. From initial order fulfillment, to returns processing, to the removal of IT equipment for resale or recycling, we are now able to support clients’ supply chains at any stage,” said Martin Garcia-Brosa, executive managing director of Latin America, Ingram Micro. “We are proud to provide an enterprise-class ITAD solution in Mexico, enabling organizations to reduce risk and complexity and recover value as their IT assets reach end-of-life.”
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