Shred Station acquires Anglian Confidential Secure Data Services


Leading East Anglian data disposal and shredding company has purchased the shredding division of archive service provider, Anglian Confidential Secure Data Services (ACDS)

Shred Station¬†recently took over formal control of ACDS’s shredding division. Whilst no physical assets or machinery changed hands as part of this arrangement, Shred Station will now be servicing all of ACDS’s shredding customers.

ACDS is based in Kings Lynn, providing secure document destruction services throughout the whole of East Anglia. As part of the handover, they worked with Shred Station for six weeks to ensure that all their customers’ requirements could be effectively met. Perhaps the most vital element of this process was maintaining a full continuation of service, with both parties satisfied this was achieved.

ACDS were always able to provide their shredding customers with a high standard of regular service.  However as a larger company, Shred Station are in a better place to offer customers assurances, with industry recognised accreditations and awards to their name.

Shred Station plans to incorporate ACDS’s collections into their own routing, using mobile shredding services. This will in no way impact their current customer relationships to any degree. Local customers are set to only enjoy an increased level of attention to detail and the arrival of extended services.

For ACDS’s customers this means a fully ISO certified service. The larger Shred Station fleet is able to respond faster to sudden requirements. With a solar powered depot, mobile and off-site shredding services plus media and product destruction available, this gives the end user more choice about the treatment of their confidential waste.

It’s not only immediate benefits that are offered by this move either. Shred Station are also able to provide customers with carbon offsetting, improving their green credentials and helping them adhere to their environmental responsibilities.

As Shred Station continue to grow, and increase their share of the shredding market, this move solidifies their position for 2016. With this expanded customer base they continue to be the largest independent shredding company in the UK.


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