Sims Lifecycle Services joined other Dutch Data Center Association members during National Data Center Day for tours at BIT and ITB2 facilities.
Category: Sims Announcements
Sims Limited’s purpose, create a world without waste to preserve our planet, drives our employees globally to constantly innovate to offer new solutions in metal, electronics and municipal recycling, and renewable energy.
SLS is thrilled to be hitting the road to meet our colleagues and clients, face to face, once again. With safety protocols in place, we hope you will join us at these conferences and exhibitions in the coming months.
Sims Lifecycle Services has partnered with Rutherford County Area Habitat for Humanity (RCHFH) to provide front doors for the next 10 Habitat houses being built in the new Legacy Pointe subdivision of affordable housing. “We’ve had a wonderful ongoing relationship and support from Sims over the years,”, stated RCHFH Executive Director Terri Shultz. “This donation…
The Open Compute Project (OCP) Foundation is a rapidly-growing, global community focused on sharing designs of data center products and best practices among companies. OCP encourages collaboration of ideas, specifications and other intellectual property, as a way to maximize innovation and reduce complexity in tech components for data centers. In a recent press release, The…
Ingrid Sinclair, Global President of SLS, participated in the Leading Forward podcast with Christie Berger to discuss her role as CEO.
2020 was a difficult and challenging year for many reasons however, these challenges also introduced some opportunities. As the global pandemic continues to affect both our personal and professional lives let’s take a moment to reflect. In early 2020 Sims Recycling Solutions announced their new Sims Lifecycle Services (SLS) brand name. A statement by Ingrid…
The SLS blog has continued to grow as a valued resource for distributing information regarding the company and the industry in general.
The National Safety Council recognized and awarded Sims Lifecycle Services in La Vergne, Tennessee with the Safety Excellence Award.
The WeCare Program aims to increase computer literacy by making inexpensive used IT technology available to communities and disadvantaged schools.