Moorestown, NJ - May 1, 2018 - OPEX Corporation are pleased to announce another new customer in the secure document storage space, Allen Removals, Ltd.

Based in Dublin, Ireland, Allen Removals have been in the moving business since 1975 and within that time have built a reputation as an efficient, professional, and careful removal company. Allen Removals added secure document storage as an add-on service for their commercial clients and quickly identified that in some cases, clients would like digital content returning to them over hard copy.

Following a review of the marketplace, Allen Removals selected Falcon®, the Universal Document Scanning Workstation™ by OPEX Corporation, to convert their clients’ hard copy into digital in the most secure and efficient fashion. Manager Edward Finn of Allen Removals noted that “as a business, we are constantly looking for ways to widen our offering. With the market trend starting to move towards digital documentation and the upcoming GDPR about to take effect, we see document management playing a key part in Allen Removals future. Working with OPEX® offers us a way to combine our knowledge in the secure document storage space and their best of breed technologies to deliver a premium product to our growing client base.”

Allen Removals have a large, modern fleet of custom-built vehicles, all with air-ride suspension and the very latest in safety packaging as well as a highly trained, skilled, and experienced team; making them the perfect removals company for any home or office move.

Offering high security, 24-hour temperature-controlled warehouse, all items are safely and securely stored in a custom built four floor, three-tier archive facility, including a 4-hour fire rate vault. With Allen Removals, you can be assured that every project is carefully and continuously monitored from start to finish to ensure complete customer satisfaction.

For your document storage and scanning needs, please contact:

Edward Finn
edward@allenremovals.ie
http://www.allenremovals.ie/

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