Averda launches new service in Qatar
Doha, October 5, 2011
Averda, a regional leader in the waste management industry, has launched its new secure and confidential document destruction service in Qatar.
Proshred is aimed at helping companies save money and time while contributing positively to the environment, said an Averda statement.
Professional Shredding Corporation (Proshred), a subsidiary of Redishred Capital Corporation, offers on-site confidential document shredding services.
Averda said the new service further enhances its portfolio of environmental management solutions, by offering companies the security of knowing that paperwork, electronic and other materials of a confidential nature will be securely disposed of with speed, efficiency and in an eco-friendly manner.
“By launching the Proshred brand in Qatar we are bringing peace of mind to businesses, who will know that their restricted documentation is being properly handled and disposed of in a way that both protects the contents and the environment,” remarked Malek Sukkar, CEO of Averda.
'Proshred is the perfect complement to the existing services that we offer, adding further value to the clients serviced by our extensive range of offerings,' Sukkar stated.
'When using Proshred services, confidential documents and materials are entered into a touch-less system; once deposited into the locked bin, they are untouched until after they have been shredded,' he explained.
'The innovative processing vehicle is not only able to shred the entire box of documents without opening it, but can also shred any non-paper material that may be included within (for example, metal paperclips or plastic binders),' Sukkar added.
The entire process is performed on-site at the customer’s premises, with a Certificate of Destruction given for every shredding service, said a senior official.
Jeffrey Hasham, CEO of Proshred, said, 'Our partnership with Averda to launch the service in Qatar marks Redishred’s initial foray into the global market.'
Averda said it plans to launch Proshred service in other key Middle Eastern markets in the future.-TradeArabia News Service