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Liquid Technology Offers Relief to Customers Affected By Arrow Electronics Shutdown

By Ken Briodagh
July 23, 2019

According to a recent announcement, Liquid Technology, an IT asset disposition (ITAD) service provider, is offering free pickups and a custom onboarding program to all customers whose operations have been affected by the unexpected closure of Arrow Electronics’ ITAD division. As a company focused solely on delivering a complete suite of end-of-life hardware management solutions, Liquid Technology says it is prepared to serve as a trusted partner to companies looking to garner greater security, maximize return on investment (ROI) and minimize business risk during the asset retirement process.

Liquid Technology’s end-to-end array of IT asset disposition services, including data erasure, e-waste recycling and strategic asset resale, ensure that all client requirements and local, state and federal regulations are met. To help avoid business disruption, fill the service gap and provide critical decommissioning and recycling solutions, Liquid Technology said it is poised to begin immediate free pickups for former Arrow Electronics customers. Liquid Technology reportedly will also be offering a custom onboarding program designed to provide any existing Arrow customer or transaction with a premium discount package to engage, guide and complete projects with defined timelines during this transition period.

“With Arrow Electronics’ departure, many of its former customers are being saddled with the responsibility of once again locating and allying with a trusted specialist that can guide them through the often complex process of ITAD,” said Richard Greene, Managing Partner, Liquid Technology. “Liquid Technology is ready and eager to help businesses across all sectors. We prioritize the delivery of top-tier, properly-certified and compliant services, empowering our customers to return their focus to their own core business operations with the peace of mind that comes with knowing their equipment and data is in great hands.”




Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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