NorthLadder launches second-hand marketplace in Saudi Arabia
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NorthLadder launches second-hand marketplace in Saudi Arabia

NorthLadder launches second-hand marketplace in Saudi Arabia

Residents in Riyadh and Jeddah can now use the marketplace to sell their used laptops, mobile phones, tablets and smartwatches

Divsha Bhat

NorthLadder, the second-hand marketplace in the Middle East, has expanded its services to Saudi Arabia, with residents in Riyadh and Jeddah now able to sell their old laptops, mobile phones, tablets and smartwatches for instant cash at their doorstep.

The company’s move into Saudi Arabia coincides with Ramadan, a time when many individuals seek to declutter their homes and dispose of unwanted possessions.

With NorthLadder’s free home pickup service, customers can sell their used devices and earn money without leaving their homes. Additionally, selling these devices helps to promote sustainability and a circular economy.

NorthLadder’s entry into Saudi Arabia was based on findings from its research indicating that more than 80 per cent of individuals in the country refrain from selling their old devices due to concerns over data privacy.

To address these concerns, the company provides internationally certified data wipe services that use military-grade technology to ensure the complete deletion of all data when customers sell their phones or tablets through the platform. This process takes less than two minutes and occurs in the customer’s presence, with a digital certificate confirming the deletion emailed to the customer afterward.

“We are thrilled to bring our services to the Saudi market,” said Sandeep Shetty, CEO of NorthLadder.

“Our expansion into Saudi Arabia is a testament to the success we have seen in the UAE and our commitment to addressing the concerns of our customers. Our data wipe service ensures that customers can sell their devices with confidence.”

NorthLadder has already served over 150,000 customers and helped over 35,000 customers sell their old devices.

Read: The impact of electronic devices on the circular economy

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