Livermore, CA, July 9, 2014 – Rob Alston, CEO of Access, has announced the company’s acquisition of RhinoDox Document Solutions, located in Bartlett, Illinois, just outside Chicago. This is the company’s 67th acquisition since its founding in 2004.
Formerly called Federal Record Storage and renamed RhinoDox in 2012, the company has a long and rich history as a fourth generation family-owned business that was founded in 1913 as Federal Warehouse Company in Peoria, Illinois.
The former RhinoDox team members have now joined Access, including Brian Nowak who has taken on the role of General Manager of Access’ Chicago Operations, and the company’s newest facilities, completed earlier this year, will soon become the Access Chicago Branch offices and a premier record center for its Chicago operations that have now more than doubled in size with the addition of RhinoDox.
Justin Ullman, the former RhinoDox owner, shared, “Access is a perfect fit for our clients’ continuing and expanding needs going forward. I’m confident we have made the best choice for both those we have served and the RhinoDox team that has been responsible for our success over so many years.”
“We are continuing to grow throughout the United States and beyond,” said Access President John Chendo. “Our vision is to provide our clients with the very best service. Many industry members are now recognizing the benefits of teaming up with a company that provides this kind of exceptional service, spans the country, and offers the broadest range of service options. The RhinoDox acquisition is a wonderful example of the type of first-class operation we are seeking to join Access. We couldn’t be more pleased that they have.”
As the largest privately held records and information management services provider in the United States, Access serves 30 markets across the nation and in Latin America.