Averda launches shredding service in Saudi
Riyadh, April 23, 2013
Averda, a regional leader in the waste management industry, has announced the launch of Proshred, the company's new secure and confidential document destruction service in Saudi Arabia.
Averda has maintained a solid presence in Saudi since 2010, providing a range of environmental solutions to Central and Western regions with services to Eastern region to follow suit imminently.
Available in over 30 locations in the US and the Middle East, Proshred offers its customers a fully secure, convenient, cost-effective and environmentally sound, automated document destruction service, said a top official.
Utilizing hitech processing vehicles, documents deposited in locked consoles, provided for free, are shredded onsite at the customers’ premises using a unique touch-less system.
On completion of the process, customers receive a ‘Certificate of Destruction’ as well as an annual ‘Treesaver Certificate’ certifying the number of trees that had been saved as a result of using the service. The waste materials generated by the process are fully recycled.
“We are excited about the potential for Proshred in this important new market. As the Kingdom’s first and only specialized document destruction service we are keen to cater to our customers’ needs for a secure shredding solution,” remarked Camille Kurban, the averda Saudi managing director.
“As a company, averda is committed to providing our customers and partners, with a comprehensive range of environmental management services and our decision to launch Poshred in Saudi is a reflection of that commitment,” Kurban stated.
In addition to confidential document shredding, and as part of averda’s commitment to the environment and ensuring the security and safety of the community, the new service includes shredding all kinds of expired liquid-free food, credit cards and other plastic cards.
The service is also extended to shredding of uniforms, hard disks and any other confidential discarded material, he added.-TradeArabia News Service