IBM offers free freight on asset recovery
IBM detailed its latest promotion to help companies
safely dispose of their unused IT assets. Effective now through
December 15, 2006, IBM will eliminate transportation costs on IBM
and non-IBM PC notebooks, desktops and Intel based servers for clients
who enter into selected new IBM asset recovery services contracts.
Assets must be returned to IBM by December 31, 2006.
IBM Global Asset Recovery Services receives upwards
of 20,000 old computers every week. The company resells, refurbishes,
dismantles, or recycles the components, returning less than 2% into
landfills. In 2005, IBM sold nearly $1.6 billion in pre-owned equipment.
The IBM no charge for freight offer is available
to clients in the United States (including Puerto Rico) and Canada
contracting for revenue share or fixed priced take out offerings
and shipping a minimum of 10 assets from one location per shipment.
Other restrictions apply. For more information, please visit the
Global Asset Recovery Solutions website.
- IBM and non-IBM PC Notebooks, Desktops, Intel based servers.
- Displays and printers are not eligible for this offer, although
these devices can be included in pickup with other PC assets that
meet the minimum requirement of 10 systems (per pickup location).
One display or printer per qualifying PC will be allowed for the
no-charge promotional offer.
- Selected equipment must be in good working order.
- Available for Fixed Price Take-out and Revenue Share Asset
Recovery Solutions. This offer is not available for clients seeking
our scrap services.