refurbisher

refurbisher

(riːˈfɜːbɪʃə)
n
a person who refurbishes
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But they often are lost by the time used computers find their way to a refurbisher.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 3, 2017-DCC Acquires UK Mobile and Tablet Device Refurbisher MTR
This is something that a Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher is also equipped to help with.
Certified Microsoft Refurbisher, all computers are sold intop notch condition with a genuine copy of Microsoft windows.
India's largest and fastest growing provider of Integrated Lifecycle Management (ILM) Services participated in International Computer Refurbishers Summit (ICRS), series of computer refurbisher's conference organised by PC Rebuilders & Recyclers at Chicago - O'Hare.
If a refurbisher can't return a computer to working order, they can break it down to component parts that can be reused, recycled or disposed of responsibly, he says.
The Philadelphia contract was one of two firsts for Computers for Schools, which also became the first Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher (MAR; www.
EnviroSmart recycles the collected printer cartridges and sends the cell phones and batteries collected to Michigan-based ReCellular, a leading refurbisher and recycler of cell phones, PDAs and other handheld technology.
Marie airport is on the selling block after the well-known aircraft refurbisher unexpectedly pulled up stakes over the summer and vacated their hangar space in only a matter of days.
As the Tories say, the Cabinet Enforcer has become the Cabinet Refurbisher.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 27, 2014-HIG invests in Canadian IT equipment refurbisher CDI
ATLANTA -- Apto Solutions, a global provider in Green Lifecycle Asset Management Solutions, today announced that it has joined the Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher (MAR) program.