A new satellite office will allow Ingram Micro ITAD to better serve Pacific Northwest customers with IT asset disposition and on-site data destruction services, according to a press release.
Ingram Micro ITAD (formerly called CloudBlue) opened an office in Auburn, Wash., in the Seattle-Tacoma metropolitan area. The company provides enterprise IT asset disposition (ITAD), life cycle support services, on-site data destruction and e-scrap recycling services.
“The addition of the Washington facility – the first of our current expansion plans – allows us to provide efficient, timely, and cost-effective services to a broad range of companies throughout the Pacific Northwest, including the greater Portland, Seattle and Spokane areas,” Todd Zegers, the company’s executive director of Global IT Asset Disposition, stated in a press release. “By stationing mobile shredders south of the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, we are able to significantly shorten lead times and improve efficiency for on-site services and traditional ITAD pickups.”
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