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Shred Station’s Manchester shredding depot: Two years on

The doors of Shred Station’s Manchester shredding depot have been officially open for over two years. But, with a pandemic, several lockdowns and now national driver shortages, how has the depot fared in terms of delivering shredding services across Manchester and beyond? We spoke with Dan Varga, the Manchester shredding depot manager, to find out. How has the last.

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Introducing our web shop

You Asked – We Listened: Shred Station’s Online Shop

At Shred Station, we do everything we can to consistently innovate and improve our services for our customers. We want every customer, large or small, to have a seamless and positive experience every step of the way. We regularly ask our customers for feedback on our services to let us know what we’re doing well,.

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You Asked – We Listened: Customer Portal

At Shred Station, it’s in our ethos to lead the shredding industry through customer service and innovation. One of our most recent innovations is our online customer portal! With innovation at the heart of our ethos, we knew we wanted to give our customers a new way to monitor their shredding services at the click.

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A closer look at our secure automated vehicle

Here at Shred Station, we strive to continuously improve your experience with us. We are always on the lookout for the latest technology, conduct regular research into data protection and incident trends for many industries, and also seek out any upgrades we can make to further improve our already exceptional security standards. All of our.

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Shred Station's high-security on-site granulation vehicle

A closer look at our on-site granulation vehicle

At the end of 2020, we introduced our on-site granulation service, the first service of its kind in the UK. This service allows our customers to have their confidential materials shredded on-site down to tiny 2mm fragments. Granulation is a process that many businesses and government organisations require for the destruction of top-secret materials. While.

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