Published OnApril 16, 2020At enterprises across North America, IT asset refresh projects are no longer a top priority….
At enterprises across North America, IT asset refresh projects are no longer a top priority. According to a recent article in E-Scrap News, that has meant major volume drops for material processors, as well as painful staffing cuts in some cases. With the coronavirus pandemic keeping offices and other businesses closed everywhere, ITAD companies are reporting decreases of up to 75% in the flow of used IT equipment from corporate accounts and other organizations. Some ITAD operators report they have been buoyed by the continued flow of electronics from essential service providers, such as health care companies, but they are still having to adapt to operating environment challenges.