Hawaii Records Management acquisition follows closely a similar May transaction
[NEWS] Livermore, CA, July 22, 2014 – Rob Alston, CEO of Access, has announced the company’s recent acquisition of Hawaii Records Management, a division of Kona Town Storage, located in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. This transaction, the 68th for Access since its founding, follows a similar one completed only several weeks earlier when in Pearl City, Oahu, Access purchased The File Connection, a division of M. Dyer & Sons, Inc., a moving and storage firm.
Regional Vice President – Pacific Chris Harris noted, “We are very proud to be recognized as the leader in the records and information management industry in Hawaii – not only by our clients but by fellow members of our industry. These acquisitions came about because the owners of these two fine companies saw our solid local reputation and our ability to provide their clients the most comprehensive, standardized operations in the State of Hawaii.” He added, “As we continue to grow our business relationships on the Big Island and Maui, we look forward to continuing to participate in many community shred events that illustrate our commitment to both the environment and all who live here on the islands.”
“Hawaii has always been an important market for us and we are delighted to have brought two local companies on board with Access in the past two months.” said Access President John Chendo. “As I share our company’s vision with members of our industry that are considering joining Access, many recognize the benefits for both their clients and their team members. This will lead us to similar growth in both existing and new Access markets.”
As the largest privately held records and information management services provider in the United States, Access serves 30 markets across the nation and in Latin America.