Paper Shredding in Indiana: Allshred Services Acquires Hoosier Shred

Paper Shredding in Indiana: Allshred Services Acquires Hoosier Shred

From SDB Magazine March 25, 2014 – Here’s a blast from the past!

Maumee, Ohio-based Allshred Services, one of the nation’s largest independent providers of secure shredding services, has announced its acquisition of Indianapolis, Indiana-based Hoosier Shred LLC, on March 1, 2014.

Hoosier Shred, a National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) certified company, has been in the secure paper shredding business for seven years.

Willie Geiser, president and CEO of Allshred Services, says, “The acquisition of Hoosier Shred further increases our market share in the Indianapolis area, which has been a goal for us.”

He adds, “Hoosier Shred was a very well-run company with a good client base and an excellent reputation for quality customer service. We’re looking forward to adding those clients to the Allshred family.”

Aaron Metelko, former owner of Hoosier Shred, says, “Allshred Services is one of the most respected shredding firms in the nation.  We are proud to have merged with a NAID certified company that has been in business for over 25 years, knowing that they will continue to provide the highest level of secure document destruction services that our customers require, expect and deserve.”

Allshred Services says it would like to continue to grow through strategic acquisitions, expanding within and beyond its existing eight-state (Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky, Virginia and Indiana) footprint.

Allshred Services is a NAID certified provider of secure document destruction services and has been in business for more than 25 years.  The company says it specializes in designing and implementing efficient, cost-effective data destruction programs for not only paper products but also hard drives, CD-Rom diskettes, computer reel tapes, counterfeit clothing, other counterfeit products, contraband, R&D designs, molds and any other material that could be used to cause potential harm to a company or an individual.


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