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DTC’s Reverse Logistics programme

We provide a global service within the mobile market for maximum investment recovery through the recycling of surplus radio base stations (BTS). This is particularly poignant given the global migration to 4G LTE technology shortening product lifecycles of legacy technologies. These technologies include GSM, CDMA (2G) CDMA 2000 and UMTS from network equipment providers such as Ericsson, NSN, Alcatel-Lucent, Nortel and Huawei.

DTC specialises in Nokia Flexi EDGE 3G base stations and stock brand new fully configured base stations, with sparing also available.

The cost effective, efficient recovery and recycling of legacy mobile assets provides additional environmental benefits and revenue opportunity. This equipment has selective resale potential on the global secondary market of specific parts from multi-vendor MSC, BSC and overlay packet data platforms.

For more information on products we have available and for part numbers, pricing and stock lists please call our dedicated sales team on + 44 (0) 1869 810 600 or email sales@dtc-telecom.co.uk

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Recovery Global experience in
fixed and mobile telecom
network removal

Reengineering, dismantling, decommissioning and removal of telecom hardware across all business sectors, DTC’s Reverse Logistics programmes...

Resale A trusted, stable supply
chain for legacy and end of life
multi-vendor telecom equipment

DTC’s After Market Services business stocks and supplies a wide range of multi-vendor telecoms equipment to support and maintain installed networks...

Recycle Certified, innovative, regulated
& specialist recycling supporting
environmental sustainability

Our specialist telecom recycling processes recapture maximum value from surplus multi-vendor equipment across all areas of a telecommunications network...

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