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Arrow Designated Asset Retirement Provider For Lenovo In US, Canada

Arrow Electronics have inked an agreement with Lenovo designating Arrow as its ‘partner of choice’ for a new asset retirement service offered at the point of sale. Through the agreement, Arrow’s recovery and recycling offerings can be bundled with new Lenovo equipment purchases.

Initially launching in the United States and Canada, this service is available to Lenovo’s relationship customers in global accounts, public sector and large enterprise segments.

The asset retirement service is managed through an online portal through which Lenovo customers can request pickups, view available credits, obtain real-time values for assets at any point in the lifecycle, and run a variety of reports on assets that have been or are being processed.

 

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