Sims Lifecycle Services Opens Facility in Guadalajara, Mexico
Company forms a local business to formally serve its interests in the region
August 31, 2021
West Chicago, Ill. – Sims Lifecycle Services (SLS), a global leader in IT asset disposition (ITAD), data center IT circularity, and electronics recycling, announces the opening of its newest facility in Guadalajara, Mexico. The new site extends the company’s best in class global footprint, which currently includes facilities throughout North America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and India. SLS also formed a local business entity, incorporated as Sims Lifecycle Services, S.A. de C.V., to serve its growing client base and interests in the country.
“I am very pleased that we’ve chosen Mexico as the location for our newest owned and operated venture. We continue to see our data center and ITAD clients grow in Mexico, and this facility will help us better serve them,” stated Sean Magann, Chief Commercial Officer for SLS. “I have spent a fair amount of time in Guadalajara, and I have an appreciation for the culture and business environment.” Visit the SLS website for more information on the company’s global reach and service offering.
About Sims Lifecycle Services
Sims Lifecycle Services (SLS) provides solutions to extend the life of data center and corporate technology devices and recognizes the value in end-of-life IT hardware. The company supports Cloud Service Providers and enterprises with the navigation of ongoing technology shifts. SLS’ secure and responsible management of decommissioning and dispositioning IT assets recovers value via reuse, redeployment, recycling and precious metal recovery.
IT asset disposition (ITAD) and electronics recycling services offered at SLS support the evolution of the technology industry movement toward circularity. SLS clients benefit from data security, maximum IT value recovery, global compliance and sustainable IT use. As a responsible corporate citizen, and in alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, we continuously seek new ways to contribute to the circular economy. For more information, visit www.simslifecycle.com.