Hong Kong, China (PRWEB) April 27, 2015
LTG celebrates Earth Day 2015 by helping its clients around the world give parts and components a second life in a profitable and environmentally responsible way.
LTG, one of the largest Reverse Supply Chain Management (RSCM) services provider for technology and telecom, is on the leading edge of infusing green business practices with efficiency and profitability. The company, which employs expert engineers throughout its global network of 21 facilities, partners with leading OEMs and other customers to extend the life of existing parts and components whenever possible.
“While our lives revolve around electronic devices, when it comes to disposing of the waste they generate in a manner that minimizes environmental damage, we have a long way to go,” said Linda Li, executive director and corporate vice president of LTG. “In 2014, for example, up to 85 percent of electronic products were discarded in landfills or incinerators. Even more alarmingly, while e-waste accounts for only 2 percent of trash in landfills in the U.S., it accounts for 70 percent of toxic waste.”
There are many ways that LTG is tackling this and other environmental issues associated with hi-tech manufacturing. The main way is to take a proactive approach to the reuse, remanufacture and recovery (3R) of both Post-Industrial (PIR) and Post-Consumer Recycling (PCR) on behalf of the world’s leading OEMs, government organizations and other customers.
Known as closed-loop reverse supply chain management, the process employed by LTG gives parts and components a second life by removing them from devices that have been discarded and then using them in devices that are being manufactured.
LTG’s business practices dramatically increase the value of obsolete devices for OEMs. At the same time, they significantly reduce the volume of components being discarded or returned to their raw material state, which is itself an environmentally taxing process
“We are manufacturing at a pace that will soon exceed the supply of raw materials,” said Li. “LTG is driven by a vision to reconcile increased consumer demand and the shrinking inventory of materials needed to meet it. We offer integrated services that increase profitability, efficiency and environmental responsibility by linking reverse supply chains with forward supply networks.”
There are many other factors enabling LTG to successfully execute on its vision, including its global network of facilities, the highly skilled engineers it employs and the deep relationships it has cultivated throughout the supply networks of its OEM customers. As indicated by its impressive roster of clients and the impeccable record for client retention the company has achieved, LTG’s integrated offerings are a compelling alternative to working with multiple and non-collaborating entities.
About LTG LTG (Li Tong Group) is one of the largest global hi-tech and telecom RSCM services provider. A trusted global partner of 10 of the top mobile devices and telecom OEMs globally, LTG is the total aftermarket solutions provider for worldwide network operators’ value chain. Through its services and advisory, OEM customers have recovered millions of dollars working with LTG to manage their post-industrial and post-consumer supply chain assets and products, as well as reducing management costs across 20+ countries and its landfill rate by more than 95 percent. For more information, visit the LTG website.