DTC International Ltd - Telecom Spare Parts Management

An introduction to DTC International DTC provides Reverse Logistics and After Market Services to the global tele communications industry. We recover, resell, and recycle a broad range of t elecommunications and network equipment ranging from Customer Premises Equi pment, Fixed Line, Wireless Global Operator Networks and Private Dedicated Networks to Data Centres and Copper Cable infrastructure. DTC's After Marke t Services team supports customers on legacy and End of Life multi-vendor s pares management across all network layers.

DTC Group comprises DTC Ltd (est.1991) and DTC International (est.2005) ope rating internationally from central offices, warehousing and ATF (Authorise d Treatment Facility) based in Northamptonshire, UK. All our processes are fully compliant with the WEEE Directive and are carried out in accordance w ith our Duty of Care under the Environmental Protection Act 1990. Our recyc ling processes are constantly monitored and reviewed through our ISO 14001 Environmental Management System. Registration and compliance to ISO 9001 gu arantees a full audit trail from collection to disposal. DTC are an active member of NATD (North American Association of Telecommunications Dealers) w hich has merged with ASCDI (Association of Service and Computer Dealers Int ernational).

Established for over 23 years DTC offers a strategic and long term relation ship approach to Reverse Logistics and After Market Services tailored to sp ecific client needs and business drivers. Our services are utilised by glob al / regional Carriers, Enterprise, Broadcasters, Government, Repair Houses , OEM's, and Contract Manufacturers. We aim to provide solutions that reduc e operating costs, maximise investment recovery, ensure brand protection, a nd support environmental and sustainability initiatives.


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