Clover Technologies Group (CTG) Unveils New Corporate Video
Video Features CTG, Clover Imaging Group, Clover Wireless, and Clover Telecom Executives and Facilities From Around the World.
September 22, 2016 — Chicago, Ill. —Clover Technologies Group, the parent company of Clover Imaging Group, Clover Wireless, and Clover Telecom, has released a new corporate video featuring its global business units. The video highlights the unique culture and entrepreneurial spirit of the more than $1 billion business that started in Marseilles, Ill. Founded in 1996, Clover Technologies Group is now the global leader — with 60 locations in 18 countries and more than 19,000 employees — in providing businesses with intelligent environmental solutions focused on the recovery, remanufacturing, and remarketing of technology assets.
“We wanted a video to show how passionate our people are about our company and working towards one common goal,” said Jim Cerkleski, CEO of Clover Technologies Group. “The entrepreneurial spirit of our team combined with the executives’ ability to really listen to what our people have to say is part of what makes Clover a success in recapturing, remanufacturing, and remarketing assets whether it be print cartridges or mobile devices.”
Through organic growth and strategic acquisitions, Clover has built a comprehensive and diverse solutions portfolio in the categories of imaging solutions, printer supplies and services, mobile device solutions, telecom hardware, and engineering services for data, wireless, and wireline networks. Clover is the largest empty cartridge collector in the imaging industry, recapturing 7 million assets per month. The video highlights many of Clover’s collection and remanufacturing facilities from around the world and brings together all of Clover’s entities that work together globally to reclaim value by innovating new solutions for retired assets.
About Clover Technologies Group
Clover Technologies Group is the global leader in helping businesses reclaim value by innovating new solutions for retired assets. Founded in 1996, Clover is one of the fastest-growing, privately held companies in the United States with over 60 locations in 18 countries. Clover is the world’s largest collector and recycler of empty printer cartridges. The complete line of Clover’s quality toner and ink is available through leading office products distributors and resellers and marketed under a variety of private label brands. Clover uses this same industry-leading reverse logistics business model to service the rapidly expanding wireless market with a comprehensive portfolio of mobility, device lifecycle solutions. To learn more, visit http://www.clovertech.com. ;