Technology is fuelling a dramatic acceleration in the pace of change within the transport industry but companies still have to an eye on lowering costs.
With a marked change in user behaviour and expectations on one hand, and major demographic shifts on the other, the transportation industry is being forced to adapt to a far faster pace of technological change. Added to that, many of the big players in transportation have been looking to get bigger in recent years, with an eye on lowering costs through economies of scale, among other things. Indeed, in the recent past, AMR (owner of American Air Lines) has absorbed TWA; US Airways has merged with America West; Deutsche Bahn has acquired Bax Global; Canadian National has merged with British Columbia Rail; DHL has acquired Airborne; Exel has been acquired by Deutsche Post; and AP Møller-Maersk has acquired Royal P&O Nedlloyd.
Inevitably this results in the availability of a vast range of telecoms core network, transmission, switching, IP and wireless equipment on the secondary market as tech becomes duplicated or superseded and removed from the live environment. TXO Systems can help by providing network asset management in the form of de-installation, removal and asset recovery services. By leveraging the cost of telecoms de-installation services with the sale of the decommissioned telecoms equipment, our business model provides our customers with a turnkey solution for their surplus technology assets and clients can opt to use the revenue generated against purchases of new equipment.
To find out more about our network asset management solutions then please contact us.