Technology Conservation Group relocates to an expanded facility in Jalisco

Technology Conservation Group relocates to an expanded facility in Jalisco

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Technology Conservation Group, Inc. (TCG), a Florida-based electronics recycler and IT asset disposition service provider, announced it has relocated its operations in Guadalajara, Jalisco to a new expanded facility.

TCG’s Guadalajara operations were previously housed in a 20,000-square foot building in Tlaquepaque, while the new facility is located in Tlajomulco de Zuniga and is over 60,000-square feet in size. 

With additional processing and storage space, the company expects to increase the capabilities and throughput for operations in Mexico.

When asked about the company’s development, President and CEO Hamilton Rice said: “TCG was one of the first IT asset disposition/electronics recyclers to enter into this marketplace close to 15 years ago. We have raised the standard for IT asset disposition/electronics processing in the Latin American market by maintaining our Quality, Environmental, Health, and Safety program centered around the R2/RIOS standards. We are excited about the growth in Guadalajara and we look forward to what the future brings in Mexico, Latin America, and beyond.”

TCG is an R2 Certified IT Asset Disposition and Electronics Recycling service provider for businesses seeking a secure and responsible partner for managing end-of-life or off-network electronics. 

With 20 years of experience managing electronics assets, the company’s core competencies involve maximizing ROI on technology investments, ensuring complete data security and promoting environmental sustainability. 

TCG is headquartered in Lecanto, FL and has processing facilities in Portland, OR, Louisville, KY, Guadalajara and Monterrey Mexico. 


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