Guardian’s Growth Necessitates Bigger HQ and Warehouse
–– Guardian Data Destruction Moving Corporate Headquarters to South Hackensack commercial space ––
South Hackensack, NJ, June 20, 2020 – Guardian Data Destruction has announced that they are moving their corporate headquarters to accommodate increased service demands in the data destruction industry. The short move, less than a block away, will triple their warehouse space to 45,000 square feet, and provide a higher volume of cross docking for regional pickups. The warehouse is already in use and Guardian’s office operations will be completely moved and running in the new location by June 24th.
Glenn Laga, President and founder of Guardian Data Destruction, said about the move, “We’ve seen a real pivot in the marketplace as office environments become more unstructured and companies move their data to the cloud or large data centers. As a result, Guardian has expanded our services to include lease return and redeployment programs for IT assets. We’re doing more and more data center decommissioning and relocations. The new space will give us room to better serve our VARs and ITADs servicing Fortune 500 companies across the US.”
Due to COVID-19 health concerns, an open house at Guardian’s new headquarters has been delayed until employee and guest health and safety can be fully addressed. Private walk-throughs are welcome by appointment.
About Guardian Data Destruction: Guardian Data Destruction is an onsite, single-source solution for data center decommissioning, data destruction and logistics. Guardian Data Destruction eliminates the risk of even a single data breach that could arise during transport of hard drives and computer equipment by bringing its fleet of trucks directly to a facility to erase or destroy media on-site. Guardian Data Destruction provides 100% erasure ON SITE, securely, using DoD-level certified erasure equipment. Guardian Data Destruction is a privately held New Jersey-based company. For more information about the company, visit http://www.GuardianDataDestruction.com.