Records storage firm now has more than 500,000 square feet of storage space.
The family-owned record storage firm Corodata
has opened a records storage facility in Corona, Calif. The California-based company, in business for more than 60 years, now has a total of five records storage facilities in San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose and Los Angeles and Orange County.
The Corona facility is 150,000 square feet and includes high-density racking and the latest technology to track all container movements, according to the company. The total capacity of the building is 2 million cartons, any of which can be retrieved and physically delivered to a client in as few as two hours or digitally scanned.
Corodata says the new facility will allow it to service the California communities of Riverside, San Bernardino, Palm Springs and surrounding areas more efficiently.