A complete factory clear-out is always a substantial project. But you can take the first step now and make an appointment for an assessment. Make an appointment online, and you will receive a quotation and a suggested planning within a week.
A complete factory clear-out? That is an excellent job for the specialists at IT-recycling.
Through our years of experience, the right vision on the operation, professionals that know what they are doing, and professional tools, we can completely clear out any factory. A clear-out can mean that we remove all machines, warehouse racks and movable goods from your factory and deliver the factory to you broom clean. Another option is that we also remove the entire infrastructure, meaning that we will dismantle all the installations, pipes etc. All that will remain is an empty shell, ready for the next user.
IT-recycling can dismantle and remove truly any kind of machine and production facilities. And we can truly take apart any kind of infrastructure from your production system. This includes cooling installations, three-phase mains infrastructure, compressed air, hydraulics, cleanroom, air treatment, lifts, stairs, mezzanines, we can deal with anything and everything.
We operate swiftly and efficiently. But most of all, safely and with maximum respect for the environment. We employ competent and motivated people with a multi-technical background. All the social obligations and insurances for our staff have been organised properly.
Step by step: from a full factory to an empty shell.
First, you make an appointment for an assessment. We stop by and assess what needs to happen and more importantly, what it should look like after we are finished. Often, we can give an indication of the costs involved during the assessment and give a date when the whole project can be finished.
On the agreed date our professional staff will show up and we will bring waste containers for metals, company waste and other waste materials. You give us the keys and we start our project. First of all, all the movable goods are removed and then we start the dismantling of the infrastructure, from top to bottom.
When the project is almost finished, we invite you for an evaluation and we decide together which issues still require our attention. This will be drawn up in a medium-term report. When, after a few days, these issues have been completely taken care of, we will ask you to sign off on the final result, the space is completely empty and ready for a new user.