01 June, 2021
Toronto-based CSI Electronics Processing Centre Ltd. (CSI EPC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of CSI Leasing Canada Ltd., is moving its operations in Vancouver to a larger facility and expanding in Edmonton in order to accommodate increasing business volume. The Vancouver facility recently moved to a 10,000-square-foot building, and the Edmonton facility will add 5,000 square feet to its existing space on July 1. Both facilities are doubling their footprint. These two new locations, along with the headquarters in Toronto and a facility in Calgary, are expected to process more than 200,000 IT assets annually.
“The importance of environmentally-sound IT disposal continues to grow in Canada and throughout the world. This expansion will enable us to provide premium IT asset disposal to even more organizations as they continue on their path toward digital transformation,” said Colin Taves, president of CSI EPC. “I’m excited for this opportunity to grow our team and to bring our sustainable, secure solutions to more organizations.”
CSI EPC, along with sister company EPC Global Solutions, is a leader in IT asset disposition services (ITAD), data destruction and technology recycling. Together, they have 17 facilities strategically located throughout the Americas and Europe. The companies offer a suite of services including collection, audit, data destruction, hard drive shredding and more, all while remaining fully compliant with government e-waste regulations.
CSI Leasing Canada is a wholly-owned subsidiary of CSI Leasing, Inc., one of the largest independent equipment leasing and equipment lifecycle services companies in the world. Established in 1972, CSI has operations throughout North, Central and South America, Europe and Asia. More information is available at www.csileasing.com and www.csileasing.ca.