BOHEMIA, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Communications Wireless Group (CWG), which specializes in reverse logistics for the wireless industry, announced today its partnership with global wireless design manufacturer Cellon Communications Technology. CWG is now the exclusive distributor of Cellon in North America and Latin America.
The partnership means CWG’s product offerings range from entry-level mobile devices to 4G smart devices as well as various operating platform options. The products will be branded to fit buyer requirements.
“CWG was built on and has refined a best-in-class reverse logistics operation. We are excited to expand into forward logistics and we are confident our exclusive partnership with Cellon, a company with a rich history of providing commercially viable wireless devices in the North American and Latin American markets, will enable us to provide turnkey solutions for our customers,” said CWG’s CEO Daniel McGuire.
Established in 2006, CWG (dba ZIP Wireless) has facilities in Atlanta, Miami, China, Philippines and Hong Kong in addition to its Bohemia, New York headquarters. The company employs more than 600 and specializes in reverse logistics for the wireless industry. CWG’s holistic approach creates additional revenue streams and provides logistical relief for its global manufacturing and carrier partners, as well as protecting the environment.
Through recent mergers, acquisitions and partnerships CWG has continued to add to its growing list of services including specialized repair services, data erasure, TSP/LCD screen refurbishment and channel distribution to complete the end-to-end solution required for its customers including product procurement, customization, fulfillment, kitting, transportation, inventory management, provisioning and outstanding customer service.
CWG is a global repurposing source for wireless handsets that is committed to responsible recycling, minimal waste, and zero-landfill. The company provides carriers and manufacturers of wireless handsets with environmentally sustainable reverse logistics, and specializes in all aspects of “green” take-back programs including repair, refurbishment, secure data erasure, reclamation, reuse, resale and safe disposal.
Cellon’s chairman and CEO is Dave Dai. The company was established in 1999 and is based in Shenzhen, China. It sells its products in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Africa. In addition to locations in China, it has offices in the United States, France, Spain, Kenya, Brazil, Mexico and Guatemala.