KVS Computers: Making dreams come true

HUGHESVILLE – From the basement of his home to a new location on 100 S. Railroad St., the owner of KVS Computers, Cherif Ammar-Khodja is making his dreams come true.

The office used to be on Route 405 in Muncy but due to the significant growth in the company, Ammar-Khodja decided to move it to Hughesville.

KVS stands for the names of his three daughters Kenna, Valerie and Sadia.

The company recycles electronics, sells refurbished devices, builds networking services, repairs computers, tablets and phones as well as build custom computers, he said.

It is one of the 20 companies in the state that has an R2, responsible recycling, certification, said Nicole Wettlaufer business manager. They are able to recycle personal and business devices securely and safely.

Since they have recycling and information technology services, it puts them a step above their competitors, said Matt Bittenbender sales and marketing manager.

Recently they have worked with local Rotary Clubs to host e-cycling events. They are looking to expand their range to help other communities recycle as well.

When customers bring in their computers, an employee will do a free diagnostic test to find out what the problem is, said Ammar-Khodja. They work with them to find the best solution such as whether a device is worth fixing or to purchase something new.

For businesses they are able to create a large or small network for them.

He hopes to create long term relationships with the locals as well as expand the business online, he said.

They act locally and look globally, said Bittenbender.

With their refurbished products they are required to inspect and test them to make sure they function properly. It’s like having a double warranty, Ammar-Khodja said.

They are able to sell a variety of devices for a low cost, he said.

One way they are looking to expand their work is by getting Apple certified to fix Apple devices like iPhones and Macbooks. Wettlaufer said they are still in the beginning stages to see if they will move along in that process.

The team has multiple years of combined experience which allows them to have the knowledge and ability to provide quality services to their customers.

For more information visit kvscomputers.com.

KVS Computers: Making dreams come true

HUGHESVILLE – From the basement of his home to a new location on 100 S. Railroad St., the owner of KVS Computers, Cherif Ammar-Khodja is making his dreams come true.

The office used to be on Route 405 in Muncy but due to the significant growth in the company, Ammar-Khodja decided to move it to Hughesville.

KVS stands for the names of his three daughters Kenna, Valerie and Sadia.

The company recycles electronics, sells refurbished devices, builds networking services, repairs computers, tablets and phones as well as build custom computers, he said.

It is one of the 20 companies in the state that has an R2, responsible recycling, certification, said Nicole Wettlaufer business manager. They are able to recycle personal and business devices securely and safely.

Since they have recycling and information technology services, it puts them a step above their competitors, said Matt Bittenbender sales and marketing manager.

Recently they have worked with local Rotary Clubs to host e-cycling events. They are looking to expand their range to help other communities recycle as well.

When customers bring in their computers, an employee will do a free diagnostic test to find out what the problem is, said Ammar-Khodja. They work with them to find the best solution such as whether a device is worth fixing or to purchase something new.

For businesses they are able to create a large or small network for them.

He hopes to create long term relationships with the locals as well as expand the business online, he said.

They act locally and look globally, said Bittenbender.

With their refurbished products they are required to inspect and test them to make sure they function properly. It’s like having a double warranty, Ammar-Khodja said.

They are able to sell a variety of devices for a low cost, he said.

One way they are looking to expand their work is by getting Apple certified to fix Apple devices like iPhones and Macbooks. Wettlaufer said they are still in the beginning stages to see if they will move along in that process.

The team has multiple years of combined experience which allows them to have the knowledge and ability to provide quality services to their customers.

For more information visit kvscomputers.com.