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ITAD Major EPC Proposes Massive U.S. Expansion Plans

Paul Ploumis
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The closure of Colorado-based Arrow Electronics Inc. has opened up immense opportunities for competitors including EPC.

ITAD Major EPC Proposes Massive U.S. Expansion Plans

SEATTLE (Scrap Monster): EPC-the wholly owned subsidiary of St. Lious-headquartered CSI Leasing has announced plans for further expansion of its footprint in North east region. The company press release said that it intends to expand its Las Vegas operations by shifting to double size operating facility. By early-2020, it plans to move from its current 43,000-square-foot facility to 95,000-square foot building.

The company which operated in a 30,000-square foot facility in Allentown, Pennsylvania for almost seven years, had moved into an expanded facility with almost three times square-foot area in Bethlehem, Pa.

 

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According to Dan Fuller, president and CEO of EPC, the relocation to the expanded facility has tremendously helped EPC in serving the entire Northeast U.S. region. Further, it will triple the company’s regional processing capability to over 30,000 devices per month from the current level of 10,000 devices per month. Meantime, Fuller noted that the company does not intend to open additional facilities in that area.

As part of its efforts to expand into the U.S. Southeastern region, EPC had announced opening of its new 65,000-square-foot processing site in Atlanta, which was then regarded as EPC’s largest processing facility outside of Missouri.

The closure of Colorado-based Arrow Electronics Inc. has opened up immense opportunities for competitors including EPC. Incidentally, EPC has reported nearly 20% year-on-year growth in asset disposition volume over the past few years.

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