Tradeloop’s mission is help improve the IT secondary computer market. Not only by
providing an efficient trading platform, but also through initiatives to solve the
problems of fraud, counterfeiting, sustainability, e-Waste, data breaches, and
legislative efforts to give consumers the right to repair their digital devices.
For over twenty years, Tradeloop has been the wholesale network of choice for ITAD’s,
Recyclers, Refurbishers, Brokers, and other professional traders in the IT secondary
market. With thousands of members from nearly every country, Tradeloop members
buy and sell used, off-lease, and refurbished systems, as well as bulk quantities
hard to find computer parts and components.
Tradeloop is a safe place to trade because the Tradeloop Ethics Committee, a team of
volunteers, handles complaints to assure the ethical behavior of the membership, and
Membership Committee oversees new applicants and other member issues.
Tradeloop also plays a key role in the industry, with ongoing relationships with all
leading organizations, associations, and service providers, including our
Tradeloop has membership in the key trade associations, attends and often speaks at
major conferences, and provide anonymized data to several academic/NGO organizations
research into sustainability issues. Tradeloop has established procedures for
with legal requests and law enforcement, due to the key role in managing ethics
for the industry.
The Tradeloop Team
Tradeloop’s team has more than 40 years combined computer industry experience.
1995 by CEO Rohi Sukhia, a EE graduate of Cornell University and Intel Corp.
Tradeloop was funded by investors from Intel, some of the founders of Allaire
Corporation, and via an investment by CNET (CBS Interactive). Technical guru Brian
Sweeney oversees site development and technical operations. Leading the teams that
ensure our customers get the most out of the Tradeloop experience is Adam Cirrone,
our Director of Customer Success.