PHS Datashred's expansion plans
10 November 2011
PHS Datashred, the £33 million turnover confidential data destruction company, is aiming to shred the competition and increase current turnover by 50 percent over the next three years.
Anthony Pearlgood, PHS Datashred Commercial Director
The PHS Group recently posted a nine percent rise in sales. In the upcoming months PHS Datashred has further expansion plans after an aggressive year of growth, including the purchase of Trafford Park based data destruction business Shred Easy.
The company will be opening a new site in South-West England to service their growing client base in the area. They are also building a new, modern site in Gateshead to replace their depot in Durham, which is due for completion in January 2012.
PHS Datashred is also committed to offering customers improved services, having recently invested more than £1m in new equipment at their depots in Crayford, Rotherham and Manchester. The company has also invested in new technology and recently enhanced its fleet of mobile shredding trucks with on-board crushers, this service will make the shredding process more thorough and convenient.
Anthony Pearlgood, commercial director of PHS Datashred, a BSIA endorsed national shredding business, said: "This is an exciting time for PHS Datashred. The nature of our business means in an economic downturn our clients become more security conscious. Our services must expand to meet these demands. In the next three years using a combination of organic growth and targeted acquisition we hope to increase the size of our business by 50%.
"In the last five years the company has invested heavily in sales, marketing and customer service teams. As the need for more thorough ways to eradicate ID fraud and put a stop to criminal business activity increases our services have improved to meet our customers' demands."
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