Now Dustin is increasing its focus on returning IT products

Now increases Dustin, which is a leading online-based IT partner with activities in the Nordic region and the Benelux, focuses on the takeback of IT products.

During the fall, Dustin set up a brand new product return department to strengthen the company’s IT product return business.

This is an important part of Dustin’s sustainability work and a step towards the goal of being 100% circular by 2030.

“We see great potential in return. Partly a rapidly increasing demand among our customers, and partly we know that about 90% of the products can be used again. By handling the return ourselves, we also get better control of the whole thing, which gives greater responsibility during the entire process, says Robert Pap, head of Dustin’s return service.

Dustin collects products such as computers, monitors and mobile phones and other IT equipment that need to be recycled. Subsequently, they are repaired, decoded, security checked and updated so that they can subsequently be resold to resellers of used IT products.

Dustin increases focus on takeback of IT products

Henrik Lampa

– This is an important part of our circular objective. A large part of CO2 emissions come from hardware, and by giving the products new life, we are taking a big step towards our goal of being 100% circular by 2030 and climate-neutral in the value chain. We also have an ambition to start selling used products online, says Henrik Lampa, sustainability manager at Dustin.

Source: IT-Kanalen by

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