Dynamic Recycling, a leader in the electronics recycling and IT asset disposition industry, has acquired the assets of Minnesota Computers Corporation. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Founded in 1987, Minnesota Computers earned a worldwide reputation for the company’s dedication in delivering first-class customer service and high quality products to the market. The company’s client base includes Fortune 500 companies, technology resellers, government agencies, SMEs and end users. The deal will expand Dynamic Recycling presence in the computer hardware industry. The company is an authorized reseller for top manufacturers including IBM, HP, Dell, Xerox, TallyGenicom, Plasmon, and many others.
Curt Greeno, President Dynamic Recycling, said in a statement: “We’re very excited to be adding Minnesota Computers to our corporate portfolio. The acquisition will offer another channel to extract the best value for our customer’s IT equipment. Minnesota Computers shares our passion for customer service, growth, and continual improvement.”
As part of the deal, Minnesota Computers will maintain their Minneapolis facility, and continue current operations under new ownership and management.
Founded in 2007 and headquartered in Wisconsin, Dynamic Recycling is a full service IT asset disposition, electronics recycling, scrap purchasing, and data security company with offices in Onalaska, WI and Nashville, TN. Dynamic Recycling has become an industry leader by building authentic relationships with clients based on integrity, service quality and consistency, as well as maximizing value recovery. From global e-scrap purchasing, and full spectrum ITAD services, to large scale de-manufacturing, and cell phone recycling, Dynamic Recycling is constantly evolving to provide customers with cost effective, environmentally sustainable, and confidential solutions in processing electronic assets.