Re-Teck, a member of the Li Tong Group and a global leader in Reverse Supply Chain Management Solutions, announced they are partnering with wireless carriers who need to dispose of outdated equipment as they continue their deployment of 5G technology. Projections indicate that 5G networks will cover 40% of the world and handle 25% of all mobile traffic by 2024. The 5G technology creates a vast amount of obsolete equipment that includes switching and transmission equipment, cell site hardware, and millions of 2G, 3G, and 4G devices, which Re-Teck will collect, repurpose and recycle using a circular economy model.
Re-Teck is taking the initiative to connect with their fellow Competitive Carrier Association (CCA) member carriers over Zoom lunch meetings. Re-Teck Representative will schedule the meeting and have lunch delivered to the attendee, who may be working from home or at the office. This provides Re-Teck’s Zoom attendees a great lunch and supports local restaurants.
In addition to assisting carriers, Re-Teck is also working with large corporations who have buildings full of unutilized desktops, laptops and other electronic equipment since the COVID-19 pandemic. These businesses can take the opportunity to repurpose and recycle older models and use the revenue generated to upgrade equipment and systems.
About Re-Teck & Li Tong Group
Re-Teck is a member 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 19 years, LTG has developed a global network of 26 wholly owned facilities across North America, APAC, EU, MEA and Latin America, which currently serves more than 100 customers and employs more than 2,000 people worldwide. It has an extensive patent portfolio for innovative methods and automated systems of digital processing and reclamation technologies.