REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Oct. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Re-Teck, a subsidiary of Li Tong Group, announces the launch of their newly designed website. Visitors are invited to explore and engage the modern and user-friendly website which offers an extensive overview of Re-Teck’s service solutions, including Post Consumer Trade-in/Take-back programs. Users will enjoy the fully responsive site that highlights the capabilities of their U.S. facilities and the support of their Global Network in over 20 countries on 4 continents.
Re-Teck provides Reverse Supply Chain Management (RSCM) solutions for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and enterprise businesses in the Technology, Electronics and Telecom (TET) sectors. Their integrated services allow them to offer customized RSCM solutions to fit each of their client’s unique requirements and maximize the value of their investments in the global service infrastructure and as supply chain assets. Re-Teck is staffed by senior engineers from the telecommunications, industrial and consumer electronics industries. Re-Teck engineers assist brands in designing products that can later be disassembled and the components re-used in other devices. Their reverse supply chain professionals find new markets for the components and raw materials, and their legal and program management teams ensure the highest levels of compliance, data security and brand/process integrity.
Linda Li, Chief Strategy Officer at Re-Teck, stated, “The new website is just one of many initiatives Re-Teck has underway to educate and communicate with its customers and the general public about the benefits of a circular economy.” She challenges companies to rethink their processes of recovering, repurposing and recycling products at the end of their original lifecycle. Many commercial and consumer electronics headed for a landfill can be repurposed. For example, a camera from a smartphone can be reused for drones or parts from tablets can be used as the screens that taxi cabs use for payment processing. Businesses interested in learning more about how they can turn obsolete electronics and equipment into new revenue streams can visit www.re-teck.com.