Acquisition will expand Access Information Management’s business into the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.
Access Information Management, a Livermore, Calif.-based provider of records management, storage and destruction services, has acquired the assets of Priority Records Management, Priority Archives and Priority Shred, Boothwyn, Pa., near Philadelphia. According to Access, the acquisitions launch its service expansion into the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions, as it will now serve Delaware, New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania.
"The integration of the Priority acquisitions included transitioning over 700 clients and 23 team members, and I am extremely proud of the way our team is managing the process," says Rob Alston, Access CEO. "While the entire Access team shares in the excitement of welcoming our new clients and team members from the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, we are also dedicated to carrying out each acquisition, client and team member transition and operational integration with integrity while delivering value to all parties."
Rob Rydel, manager of Priority Archives, has been named branch manager of the newly acquired operations. He will oversee regional operations from the company’s Philadelphia location.
Access says it will offer current and future clients end-to-end records information management (RIM) services, including hardcopy storage and management, secure destruction services, vital records protection, document imaging and digital storage.