Leon Brabander new CCO of Flex IT

Flex IT appoints Leon Brabander as the new CCO

Flex IT, one of the largest European specialists in IT Lifecycle Management, has appointed Leon Brabander as its Chief Commercial Officer (CCO). The appointment of Brabander, who has previously held various managerial positions at Lenovo and HP, is effective immediately. Leon Brabander brings significant experience and

Flex IT and HP successful with HP Approved Selection

More and more businesses are seeking sustainability in their use of IT hardware. Extending the lifespan of hardware is a crucial step. "There is no need to provide the current generation of professionals with a new device every two years." "Our work mainly consists of promoting

European Commission expands Right to Repair legislation

European Commission expands Right to Repair legislation

The European Commission has proposed to expand the right to repair for consumers to make it easier and cheaper to repair goods, even beyond the legal guarantee period. Brussels anticipates that the expansion will help with decreasing the amount of waste and the use of

Flex IT joins EUREFAS

Flex IT joins European Refurbishment Association EUREFAS

Flex IT Distribution has joined EUREFAS, the European Refurbishment Association, as its newest member. The major European specialist in IT lifecycle management sees the new partnership as a valuable step to further accelerate the optimisation of circular IT hardware in Europe. EUREFAS is the association representing

Break-through in recycling lithium batteries

Break-through in recycling lithium batteries used in laptops

Laptops run on lithium-ion batteries, the most efficient on the market. However, the extraction of raw material involves high costs and greenhouse gas emissions. Fortunately, a conductive ceramic forms the basis for a new method of recycling lithium. With the demand for rare metals continuing

Global PC market shrank in 2022

Global PC market shrank 16.2 percent last year

According to Gartner and IDC, 28% fewer PCs were sold worldwide during the final quarter of 2022, compared with the same period in 2021. Throughout 2022, 16.2% fewer computers were delivered. Analysts expect the market will recover late 2023 picking up further in 2024. IDC reports