When it comes to records management, the aim of the game is in achieving the greatest storage density for a given footprint.
Records stored on behalf of clients need to be secure but also require ease of accessibility when retrieval is necessary. The cost of these solutions are critical and therefore lighting is an important consideration as it is a major cost due to the size of the facility. Fire safety and drainage from water are also key considerations. Dexion has a track record for developing the smartest records management solutions in the industry.
Access Records Management
A cost-efficient warehouse racking design that maximises space efficiency, provides safe and easy access to all storage locations, and meets stringent fire safety regulations
Dexion evolved from a supplier of storage systems to a key “strategic partner”, assisting in shaping the future of the Recall business.
The Fort Knox solution included the design and installation of a three tier mezzanine storage system within an extremely tight time line
Western Sydney Records
Western Sydney Records is a Gov Records Repository responsible for securely storing and managing records for at least the next 40 years
Leading offsite document storage and management specialists Ausdoc had a problem – in fact, a number of small problems adding up to one large one with racking and storage the solution
At any one time there are over 300,000 records filed on site at Concord Hospital. A shelving storage system upgrade was required as a result of a hospital merger
Crown Records Management
As Crown Records Management grew and changed, one thing did not: the company’s commitment to a consistently high level of customer service, no matter where in the world that customer was.
Brisbane Supreme Court
With 20,000 new files being opened each year and many matters taking more than a year to complete, the result is an evergrowing repository of critical documents that need to be sorted, stored, retrieved and preserved.
University of Queensland - Gatton Campus
Storing over a century’s worth of literature, journals and magazines, the university’s space is at a premium. By 2011, it was in such urgent need of additional storage