CTL was founded in Portland, Oregon in 1989 as a personal computer manufacturer by David Kim, a Portland State University student and ex-engineer. After over 20 years in business, CTL has grown to an international company that designs and manufactures computer products including desktop and mobile workstations, LED Monitors, and high performance servers. CTL also manufacturers specialty devices including ruggedized tablets and slates.
CTL is positioned uniquely to offer the personalized customer service of a small company, yet we're large enough to handle orders from large institutions, and conduct business all over the world. Our decades of experience and numerous industry awards mean we're a company you can trust to exceed your expectations. We strive to build long-term relationships with our clients, not just make a sale, and we stand by all of our products and services. It's our policy to take every step necessary to ensure 100% customer satisfaction.
Markets served by CTL include: System Builders and Integrators, VAR's, Retail, Education, Government, Non-Profit organizations, and individual end users.
- We are committed to providing both our resellers and the users of our products the best service and support in the industry.
- We strive to offer the highest quality items for the best possible value.
- We are invested in keeping current on the latest technology and offering relevant information to our customers in order to be a valuable resource for information on computing solutions.
- We are dedicated to environmentally responsible practices.
CTL and the Environment
At CTL, we believe that as a business we have a responsibility to our planet. This means we are conscious of what we make and how it's made so that it causes the least possible harm to the environment. In addition, we work with our companion company, Retronics, to safely recycle electronics products. See more at their website, retronics.org.
CTL has multiple websites dedicated to various parts of our business. Looking for more information on our Nexus Products, 2go PC products, recycling program, or government WSCA program? Need support, or just want to keep up-to-date with the latest news and information from CTL? See the links below for our specialized weblinks. Thanks.