refurbisher

refurbisher

(riːˈfɜːbɪʃə)
n
a person who refurbishes
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But they often are lost by the time used computers find their way to a refurbisher.
3 August 2017 - UK-based sales, marketing and business support services group DCC plc (OTC: DCCPF) has acquired UK-based mobile and tablet device refurbisher MTR Group Ltd, the group said.
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Find a Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher. Microsoft Authorized Refurbishers use stringent data-wiping standards to refurbish PCs or servers and install genuine Microsoft software to prepare the equipment for new owners-including those in need around the world.
ASAP is a manufacturer and refurbisher of high-pressure flow control products for the global oil and gas industry.
Recently we've been working closely with Magog Industries', the UKs leading manufacturer and refurbisher of screws and barrels, and have invited them to display with us at Interplas.
Ltd., India's largest and fastest growing provider of Integrated Lifecycle Management (ILM) Services participated in International Computer Refurbishers Summit (ICRS), series of computer refurbisher's conference organised by PC Rebuilders & Recyclers at Chicago - O'Hare.
CfC provides full safeguards for data removal, whilst operating as an authorised Microsoft refurbisher allowing the charity to send equipment out fully operational and legally licensed.
If you have the refurbisher do all the work, it'll be more like pounds 400 for the lot.