Over the last few years, we’ve seen organizations shift to focus more on sustainability across all areas of their business. For companies that handle a large amount of industrial machinery and equipment, the concept of a circular economy plays a key role in finding sustainable solutions to dispose of their surplus industrial assets. 

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We wanted to find a way to easily tell the story of this shift within the industry. So we put together a quick video to highlight the continued importance of the circular economy to build a better and more sustainable future for all of us. 

We work with clients every day to find and execute on sustainable solutions for their surplus assets, and we love doing it.  

If you are looking to streamline your asset recovery processes, get a great net recovery rate on your assets and meet your sustainability goals, talk to us today!

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Fiona Chan

Fiona Chan is the Director of Marketing at Aucto. Fiona has over 15 years of experience in B2B brand development, lead generation, and digital marketing. She is passionate about creating unified marketing strategies that reflect the brand in an authentic way and believes in making decisions using data-driven metrics.