- 70% SAVINGS OVER BUYING NEW
A national Quick Serve Restaurant chose to close some stores and wanted to gain value from the equipment no longer being used.
As stores were closed, the equipment was sent in for evaluation. Items that could be re-used were evaluated, repaired if needed and warehoused. As service calls arose for different components, these assets were used to replace items that had failed. Once replaced, the failed components were returned for evaluation. Over 80% of the equipment was recycled, producing a 70% savings in cost over previous method of purchasing new.
- REDEPLOY AT STRATEGIC LOCATIONS
A specialty retailer closing stores was told the equipment at those locations couldn’t be economically reused.
We identified which items could be reused (DVRs, PVMs) and provided instruction for closing personnel to remove to eliminate onsite tech expense. Boxes were sent to the stores with return labels, the equipment removed and components shipped in for evaluation. Items were serviced and re-installed at high risk stores that didn’t have equipment instead of local LP installing it in a store close by.