November 21, 2018 – Dallas, Texas – Re-Teck, a subsidiary of Li Tong Group with regional facilities located in Grand Prairie, Texas, was recently featured in The Technology Headlines Magazine. The magazine reports on the latest trends and business ideas in retail, telecom, IT and healthcare. The magazine provides a platform where industry leaders and professionals share ideas and connect with customers.
The article highlighted Re-Teck’s leadership role within the circular economy. Utilizing their expertise in reverse supply chain management (RSCM), Re-Teck is partnering with manufacturers and businesses to reconsider their current design and manufacturing processes to enable them to recover and regenerate materials at the end of their product’s service life. Read now
Linda Li, Chief Strategy Officer at Re-Teck, stated, “It is our responsibility as leaders in the global economy to look further down the road and evaluate how we can make greater use of our resources. One way to accomplish this is through reclaiming, refurbishing and repurposing technology components.”
For individual businesses, the cost of RSCM often makes it an unfeasible option. Re-Teck has established a global network of certified third-party logistics (3PL) to assist businesses in managing consumer take-back, reverse logistics, transportation, data sanitization, parts harvesting and repurposing. For more information on Re-Teck, visit www.re-teck.com.
About Re-Teck & Li Tong Group
Re-Teck is a subsidiary of Li Tong Group (LTG). LTG is the global market leader in Reverse Supply Chain Management (RSCM) solutions for OEMs, enterprises, government, and consumers for the reuse, remanufacture and recovery (3R) of both Post-Industrial Recovery (PIR) and Post-Consumer Recycling (PCR) and hi-tech products and components including mobile devices, smart devices, big-data network and telecom equipment. In the past 18 years, LTG has developed a global network of 20+ wholly owned facilities across North America, APAC, EU, MEA and Latin America, which currently serves more than 100 customers and employs more than 1,200 people worldwide. It has an extensive patent portfolio for innovative methods and automated systems of digital processing and reclamation technologies.