ITAD service provider TES has opened a 40,000-square-foot processing facility in Las Vegas.
The Singapore-headquartered company said the plant opened in January. A press release notes the location will serve tech companies on the West Coast with data destruction, data center decommissioning, redeployment, resale, testing, grading, repairing/refurbishment and recycling services.
TES noted that the Las Vegas facility “is strategically located near Las Vegas’s major logistics arteries, reducing costs and carbon emissions from excess transportation.”
Formed in 2005, TES now has 43 facilities across 22 countries.
Last year, South Korean company SK ecoplant acquired TES for $1 billion, a deal done in partnership with Navis Capital Partners.
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