Providing 30 Years of Unrivalled Records Management Service

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Providing 30 Years of Unrivalled Records Management Service


LANDMARK Cardiff building The Maltings is recognised as being among the most trusted and secure locations in the UK to store important and irreplaceable files and documents. From its origins as a malt house in the 19th century, the grade II-listed building is now the leading player in the Welsh capital city's records management market.

The Maltings, a privatelyowned Welsh company operating for more than 30 years, provides an unrivalled service to some 500 clients ranging from solicitors and accountants to professional services firms, small family businesses, large utility companies, multinationals and public sector organisations.

South Wales chartered accountancy firms Kilsby & Williams and ktsowensthomas attest to the excellence of the records management services provided by The Maltings.

Kathy Fox, managing director of The Maltings Limited, based at East Tyndall Street and also at Wentloog Corporate Park, said: "Businesses have a constant need for reliable, secure and costeffective space to store all manner of documents and this is exactly what we provide.

"Excellent records management is of utmost importance to our customers and is the mainstay of our business.

"Each of our clients' needs vary. One size most definitely does not fit all in our book, and because of this we provide a records management service that is specifically tailored to a client's precise and individual requirements.

"We offer an unparalleled service to our naturally demanding, professional clients who expect nothing less than the very best in terms not just of the storage of their extremely important records and documents but also in the totally flexible, 24-hour, 365-days-a-year service we provide to customers in accessing their stored material. "Our attention to detail is second to none. We ensure that the right file is accessed and delivered to the client at the right time, on the right day, every time."

Kathy says new clients switching to storage at The Maltings over recent months have remarked on the smoothness of the process and the cost-effectiveness of the operation.

"The storage and archiving of documents may not always be at the top of busy people's minds but once instructed we ensure that the procedure is as seamless and effortless as possible. Our highly skilled staff of fully trained archivists ensure any concerns are removed leaving professionals to do what they do best, getting on with running their businesses.

"Clients can rest assured that the continuity of the business of The Maltings, established in its operation over the past 30 years, linked with the vast experience and track record of the people employed and the stable, vibrant, enthusiastic and young management team we have in place, makes for an unbeatable records administration and storage service."

All boxes and files are archived to the highest standard in a clean, dry environment, protected by CCTV and 24-hour on-site security, 365 days of the year. …

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