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Hong Kong Self-Storage Operator Expands to Offer Records-Management Services

Hongkong Storage, which operates 14 facilities in the Hong Kong region and one in Shanghai, is now offering records storage and management services in addition to traditional and valet-style self-storage. The company’s program includes record retrieval and imaging as well as shredding and disposal. Boxes designed for document storage are also available, according to a press release.

“The legal mandate of preserving records of monetary transactions, coupled with costly office space in big towers, have made it challenging for the business world in Hong Kong to maintain an efficient office storage space,” company officials said in the release.

Hongkong has partnered with software providers G4S and SAP AG to build its document-management services. “We have been serving both household and corporate clients by giving different document-storage solutions,” officials said. “Through our dynamic and professional logistics experience, our customers enjoy a quick and safe transportation service. Our record-storage services are based on the ideal mix of the SAP warehouse- and G4S security-management [systems].”

Founded in 1997, Hongkong has properties across Kowloon, Hong Kong Island and the New Territories. It also owns Good World Storage in Shanghai. The company provides valet-style pickup and delivery services through its Yes-Storage program.

Source:
Digital Journal, HongKong Storage, a Popular Commercial Storage Service Provider, Goes Online

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