Trojan establishes data destruction unit

Trojan establishes data destruction unit

Trojan, the Swansea-based company that provides multichannel etail sales and fulfilment, electronic manufacturing and asset recovery through refurbishment and recoup, has launched a new division to the business, building upon its ability to provide certified, secure and reliable data destruction.

Aimed at all organisations, data destruction, whereby an electronic device such as a computer, tablet or phone is irreversibly cleansed of all data and information, is invaluable when needing to decommission or recycle equipment. The process gives organisations complete confidence that data cannot be compromised.

Utilising Trojan’s data destruction service, organisations can be certain that all data, especially data deemed sensitive, never falls into the wrong hands.

Clive Murphy, managing director of Trojan, said:

“This is a rapidly growing requirement and one in which customers need the certainty that they are working with a trustworthy and reliable company, with the knowhow to do this task professionally and correctly. Given our expertise, we know this service is a natural extension of our offering, and we have already had numerous inquiries from companies seeking a reliable partner in this field.

“The fact is, while data destruction is all about ensuring the security of information and data, this can also save organisations large sums of money when conducting essential tech-refresh, as it allows them to consider recycling equipment for re-use, which is clearly also an environmental benefit to us all. For companies or public bodies looking to cut costs in the current climate, this is an increasingly popular option.”

Established in 2002, Trojan has three divisions. Its refurbishment unit works with many of the biggest retailers in the UK to handle all manner of consumer goods, including electronics. Allied to this activity, Trojan runs a multichannel ecommerce solutions unit that resells many of these goods on behalf of its customers. Finally, a contract electronic manufacturing unit works with a wide range of companies needing to sub-contract their manufacturing process, especially high complexity, bespoke work.