Sudbury company Clarks Archive Storage hires new business development manager to support continued growth
Claire Brooks has joined Sudbury-based independent storage company Clarks Archive Storage, known as CAS.
Mrs Brooks will be tasked with managing business development in the eastern region as a consultant for the document management services company.
The business is one of 40 firms based in Brundon Lane at the Stour Valley Business Centre.
Mrs Brooks has been in the storage industry for 12 years, having previously worked for Box-it East in Bury St Edmunds, now Oasis Group.
CAS managing director Danny Clark said: “The business continues to grow and this is down to our high levels of customer service and expertise in our field.
“Most of our clients are out of our local area and I am looking forward to working with more local organisations in the East of England now that Claire has joined the team.”
Formed in 1996, CAS offers a wide range of document management solutions, including storage and retrieval, shredding and digital archiving.
With a strong presence in London, the company specialises in the digitisation of archives for clients, including the NHS and doctors surgeries. It has worked with NHS trusts, financial service providers and corporate and private clients for more than 20 years.
The firm stores more than 200,000 archive boxes and has plans to expand its the premises in the next two years.
Mrs Brooks said she enjoyed great success at Box-it East and was delighted to have found a role at a company with the same ethos.
She said: “I am thrilled to be working with Danny and the team.
“I am pleased to remain in the document storage industry and I am excited about this new partnership.
“CAS is an independent, family-run business and I am lucky to have found an organisation that has the same values and ethos that I demonstrated at Box-it East.
“The company has excellent facilities and, as any document management client would expect, the highest security and the best customer services levels on offer. CAS has a great deal of paper storage experience.”