A California-based company has opened its second IT asset disposition processing center in Canada.
Ingram Micro Commerce & Lifecycle Services announced the opening of the facility in Vancouver, B.C. The company already has a location in Toronto.
“Demand for ITAD services continues to grow rapidly in Canada,” Jason Quibell, executive director of operations for Ingram Micro Canada, stated in a press release. “The new facility in Vancouver expands national coverage and on-site capability for existing ITAD clients while rounding out our ONE Ingram model to provide end-to-end partner support.”
The location is the 16th site Ingram Micro has added in the past four years. Late last year, it opened a satellite office in Auburn, Wash., in the Seattle-Tacoma metropolitan area.
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