HP has opened a facility in Erskine, Scotland designed to facilitate trade-ins and system upgrades for businesses.
The company said that its Scotland Technology Renewal Centre would allow businesses to trade in their old hardware and purchase refurbished HP systems.
The facility will be run by HP's financial services division and is designed to cut hardware storage and disposal costs for firms, enabling them to acquire affordable systems. Firms will be able to trade in systems from any vendor.
The received hardware is then inspected, reconditioned and refurbished at the facility before being distributed for resale.
"HP Financial Services manages and re-markets more than 2.3 million legacy IT assets each year," said HP financial services global asset management director Jim O'Grady.
"Equipped to handle the strategic requirements of enterprises large and small, the Erskine facility will enable HP Financial Services to significantly expand the global capabilities, asset management and recycling services we provide our customers."
In addition to providing trade-in services and offering legacy systems to small and mid-sized firms, technology renewal facilities have been hailed for reducing hardware waste and keeping hazardous materials out of the environment.
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