San Francisco Records Management
San Francisco, known for the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars, and colorful Victorian houses has been the home to Corodata and Corovan for 36 years. Corodata has provided businesses in San Francisco Records Management, shredding, imaging, and data protection.
Our first San Francisco records management home was a warehouse in the city’s produce district in 1980. In the beginning, we moved and stored household goods for families, as Corovan Records Management Inc. In the late 1980’s we began a shift to service businesses instead of homes. Now Corovan is the premier business moving and storage company in the Bay Area.
In 1992 Corodata moved to the second facility in Potrero Hill, which is now known as Mission Bay. In two years Corodata’s growth demanded another location. This location was home to Corovan for over 30 years. In 2005 Corodata then moved to Pt. Richmond to service additional Bay Area cities surrounding San Francisco Bay. Corodata’s heart will always belong to San Francisco reminiscing about countless stories that took place in hilly San Francisco.
- 32+ Digital cameras
- 24/7 DVR monitor
- Climate-controlled fire lock vault
- In-rack fire surpression system
- Staffed man-trap front entrance
- Private and secure access room
- Security restrictions and protocols
Corodata’s San Francisco Records Management Team is extremely helpful, good-humored, and friendly. I have spent the last six months in Pt. Richmond reviewing our law firm records. I have had direct contact with the customer service staff, warehouse, and management team. The team has been incredibly helpful bringing pallets to the floor, reshelving boxes, and arranging destruction as requested. What I found most striking and commendable is the way all the staff interacts with each other. There is, i think, an unusual camaraderie, respectfulness, and comfort level that employees feel with each other at Corodata. Now that I have completed my review of 550+ boxes and won’t be occupying my favorite table in the warehouse, I just wanted to say how much I appreciate all of you. I will miss not seeing you.
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