Mobile Shredding Association Files for Nonprofit Status

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Rapid growth of the association spurs move ahead of schedule.

In its ongoing commitment to providing the highest standards of secure shredding, the Mobile Shredding Association is converting to a nonprofit association.

Formed in 2013, the Mobile Shredding Association, headquartered in Brunswick, GA provides support for the mobile shredding industry, including a unique certification program for the shred truck drivers and operators.

“We saw a need to support Mobile Shredding operators in the market place,” says MSA founder and CEO Trace Hartridge “The support and growth we have seen from operators and vendors has far exceeded our expectations, prompting us to move to the planned nonprofit phase much earlier than anticipated.”

Hartridge continues “We currently have 44 members covering 24 states and two countries, with calls coming in every day. Our members continue to tell us that MSA is filling a void and catering to an industry segment that many in the industry have felt has been neglected”

The Mobile Shredding Association provides support for mobile shredding companies, including a meaningful certification program that certifies the actual drivers and operators of onsite shredding trucks, allowing customers real time auditing of certification status.

The move to nonprofit status will allow members of the industry to have increased participation in the growth of the association.

For additional information the Mobile Shredding Association and its certification program, please contact Teresa Andres at 912-217-5911 or teresa(at)mobileshreddingassociation(dot)com

About the Mobile Shredding Association:
The Mobile Shredding Association is the worldwide trade association for the mobile shredding industry. Shredding companies that offer onsite mobile shredding are invited to join. MSA promotes and supports the most secure method of records destruction. We believe by giving the customer the opportunity to witness the real time destruction of their confidential records onsite at their place of business, the chain of custody starts and ends with the customer.

Teresa Andres
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