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A Wide Variety from Recycled Parts

24 Feb, 2012 imageSource


Recycled PartsNo longer must your technician or parts person Google, Bing, Yahoo or ask for help locating a genuine OEM part at a discounted price. Recycled Parts provides a viable alternative to the high cost of Ricoh and Sharp replacement parts.

By simply visiting the company’s website (www.recycledparts.us) you’ll see that it features an easy to navigate site that provides 40% - 70% savings off OEM wholesale pricing on Ricoh (and Lanier, Gestetner, Savin) and Sharp high end parts.

Who & How it Works

Recycled Parts brings together two life-long industry professionals, Scott Morgan and George Gallian, and Equipment Brokers Unlimited, with inventory of over 2000 off-lease Ricoh and Sharp copiers and high-end printers.

Scott Morgan and George Gallian partnered with EBU to provide a needed service within the copier / printer market place. Worldwide economic downturn has brought an entirely new price pressure to the servicing dealer. The competitive nature of MPS, offering service to a wide variety of equipment at a few mils or cents per click, requires creative shopping for a variety of high value parts.

Recycled Parts is designed by technicians for technicians, and indicates, “We understand the way a service department runs,” says Morgan. “We recognize the need for affordable replacement parts. Never again should a brand-new $500 circuit board be installed in a machine that has one million copies on it. A new drum should never be installed into equipment that will be coming off lease in a couple of months.”

Before a part is removed from a piece of equipment the machine is tested, inspected and certified, sample copies are made and saved. When a part is purchased that is related to copy quality (fuser, laser unit, etc.) a test copy is made on the machine then enclosed with the part. Recycled Parts offers a no hassle 100 day warranty on all items purchased.

Redefined Website

Recycled Parts has made a significant investment on their website online part identification process and ease of ordering procedures. With a strong service background held by all partners, they understand how important it is to simplify part identification for a field technician.

Therefore, the company’s website is a field service technician’s dream. Recycled Parts has made major investments in their website which displays detailed photographs of most of their offered parts. Viewers have the ability to zoom in on any portion of the image, enabling clear identification of the needed item. Listed next to each photo are the make, model, OEM part number and machine cross-reference info. Recycled Parts also offers a wide variety of legacy parts and supply kits that are no longer being supported by the OEM.

Technicians can easily login to www.recycledparts.us and enter a model of the equipment and desired type of part, circuit board, photoconductor, electrical, etc. They can quickly view photos that offer a zoom feature to enlarge any area of the picture to see greater detail.

If you cannot find the part you are looking for you can contact Recycled Parts’ staff who will do everything possible to identify and custom harvest your needed part from over 2000 available machines at their location.

As your parts partner, Recycled Parts can eliminate the lag time of having your tech return to your office, search your bone yard, try to find the appropriate part, not knowing if it will even work when it is installed in the customer’s equipment.

Recycle / Reuse

According to Morgan, “We also offer a sensible addition to earth sustainability. Everything we offer is a product that is being reused to maximize its complete usage life cycle. Every part that is purchased from Recycled Parts is directly helping to sustain the earth’s environment and improve the overall productivity of the fragile world economic condition.”

Together, Recycled Parts and their customers can help sustain the environment, improve the economy, increase dealer’s profit margins by 40%-70% over OEM wholesale costs, and assist technicians to identify and obtain needed parts quickly.

Recycled Parts is located in Sun Valley, California. For detailed information call 661-964-8568 or email Scott Morgan directly at scott@recycledparts.us. Check out the plentiful images of parts and more at www.RecycledParts.us and find them on Twitter at www.twitter.com/recycledparts.




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