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GEEP/ProAmbi in Mexico link-up

Canada / Mexico – North American e-waste recycling conglomerate GEEP has signed a partnership agreement with fellow processor ProAmbi covering the Mexican market. ProAmbi GEEP Mexico is located in Mexico City, with ProAmbi planning nationwide expansion over the next two years.

ProAmbi has been established in Mexico City since 2008. CEO Jan Rene Aguirre comments: ‘I chose GEEP because of its inspiring leaders, culture of success, outstanding business ethics, passion for excellence, commitment to the environment and its vision and profound understanding of the e-waste industry. The GEEP family represents and lives with these values, making GEEP the best partner for a very successful, long-lasting, win-win business relationship.’

Greg McWatt, who is GEEP’s Vice President for Corporate Development in Latin America and the Caribbean, says: ‘We selected this partnership based on ProAmbi’s national reputation for ethical business practice and their commitment to advance and progress to become the leading e-waste service provider in the country of Mexico. The entire process of developing this relationship and training has been a very positive boost to GEEP’s goal, to offer a standardised global service extended to our most important customers.’

GEEP was acquired by Triple M Metals in April this year and is expanding its global footprint to deliver service and reverse logistic solutions. GEEP has 14 locations throughout Canada, the USA, Mexico, Central America and Europe.


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