ControlZ sets up industrial repair facility for smartphones in Gurgaon – CRN | Tech Reddy


ControlZ, a specialist smartphone refurbishing brand, has announced plans to set up a state-of-the-art industrial repair facility selling smartphones as good as new. Renew Hub at Maruti Industrial Area, Gurgaon. With a $2 million investment, the Renew-Hub will leverage a unique type of industrial know-how that will enable ControlZ to renew smartphones with limited components. The Renew-Hub is manufactured to ISO and IGBC standards.

ControlZ’s Renew Hub is a fully integrated hi-tech facility spread over 20,000 square feet which will be fully solar powered and will enable it to increase production capacity to 6,00,000 units per year. ControlZ aims to bring more than 40,000 units of the new smartphone by the end of 2023. The construction of the facility is planned to use alternative materials to reduce emissions to the atmosphere. The company said 40% of the Renew Hub will be reserved for green space and this part of the hub will be left for recreational activities.

Same comment Mr. Yug Bhatia, Founder and CEO ControlZ said, “We made the strategic decision to create this new Center of Excellence to integrate ControlZ’s expertise in refurbishing pre-owned smartphones. Refurbishment is almost absent in the smartphone pre-owned market due to the absence of high-quality components. Our process uses different technologies to disassemble, renew each component separately and reassemble the device. Also using robotic precision grading, cosmetic grading is consistent. When scaled it will significantly reduce our costs while increasing quality, with the potential to completely revolutionize the smartphone pre-owned market.”

The Renew Hub will incorporate a state-of-the-art automated system for device renewal, precise quality testing and efficient mechanical storage solutions for these refurbished smartphones with advanced robotics. Furthermore, the company promotes sustainability by introducing the concept of sustainable building that will set a benchmark, demonstrating how industrial buildings can be constructed in an environmentally friendly manner.



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