September 2, 2008

Ontario, Calif. – September 2, 2008 – Shred-Tech, a world leader in information destruction and recycling systems including mobile and plant-based shredding systems, today announced the opening of its West Coast service Center in Ontario, California. The company has hired five local professionals and has plans to hire several more technicians over the next two years in response to the company’s growth.

Shred-Tech has leased a 10,500 sq. ft. facility at 1100 South Grove Ave. The company is extending its reach to better service its customers in the Southwest, which amounts to more than 20 percent of its total U.S. customer base. The expansion reflects the company’s growth as the demand for shredding services and recycling systems continues to increase.

“Ontario’s business development resources and thriving community make it an ideal location to extend our reach as more business opportunities emerge for our customers,” said Rob Glass, CEO of Shred-Tech. “The area’s location and reputation as a high-growth community make it a perfect setting for our service center. We look forward to becoming an active part of this community.”

To celebrate the new location, a grand opening celebration for area customers will be held on Thursday, September 11 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Shred-Tech will provide refreshments, and attendees will have a chance to enter a raffle for free preventative maintenance services.

As one of the industry’s leading destruction system manufacturers and a pioneer in the document destruction industry, Shred-Tech is recognized globally for its innovative products and solutions and commitment to quality, customer service and environmentally-conscious practices.

About Shred-Tech
Shred-Tech is a world leader in the design and manufacturing of mobile and plant-based document destruction and recycling systems. Based in Cambridge, Ontario, Shred-Tech prides itself in manufacturing quality shredding products, providing environmentally friendly and profitable business opportunities for entrepreneurs and a solution to identity theft. The company manufactures nearly 200 mobile shredder trucks a year and by the end of the year will have approximately 2,000 of its trucks on the road in North America. For more information about Shred-Tech, visit