Pacific Storage History
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Spurred by the California Gold Rush, brothers Charles and Jacob Wagner arrived from Germany and settled in Stockton, California.
Pacific Tannery was founded.
Pacific Tannery expanded to cover four blocks of downtown Stockton and had over 100 employees – making it one of the largest companies in California.
Pacific Tannery, operated by Kullman and Wagner Leather Co. was one of Stockton’s most successful manufacturing establishments. Located at the head of McLeod Lake, hides and tanbark could be transported by ship directly into the plant by passing through the El Dorado Street drawbridge.
Due to a decline in leather sales to foreign countries and a rise in freighting charges, Pacific Tannery converted its tanning facilities and entered the commodity storage business.
To reflect its current business, the company updated its name to Pacific Storage Company. Pacific Storage Company also became agents for the Bekins Moving and Storage Company, thus entering the moving business.
Pacific Storage Company entered the record storage business.
Pacific Storage Company introduced its office and relocation division, eventually becoming Pacific Logistics and Relocation.
Robert Foy was named President and CEO of Pacific Storage Company.
Pacific Storage entered the document shredding industry.
Charles W. Wagner named Chairman of the Board of Pacific Storage Company
Pacific Storage expanded north and opened it’s first Sacramento office.
Chet Turney named President and CEO of Pacific Storage Company
Richard Steed named Vice President of Pacific Records Management.
Acquired Hussey Moving and Storage.
Greg Tudor named President and CEO of Pacific Storage Company
Pacific Storage Company became Bekins Shareholders
Acquired Auburn Van & Storage.
Pacific Records Management surpassed 1 million cubic feet of records storage.
Pacific Shredding reached the milestone of 2.5 million lbs. of paper shredded and recycled.
Pacific Records Management built their first media vault in accordance with NFPA 232 Standards for the Protection of Records.
Pacific Records Management surpassed 2 million cubic feet of record storage
Pacific Storage Company expanded business operations south into Fresno by acquiring Cen-Cal.
Pacific Shredding reached the milestone of 25 million lbs. of paper shredded and recycled.
Acquired DOCUstor Central Valley.
By 2012, the company was shredding and recycling over 4 million lbs. of paper on an annual basis.
Pacific Shredding reached the milestone of 50 million lbs. of paper shredded and recycled.
Pacific Storage Company founds Data Destroyers, offering on-site destruction of data storage devices and electronic waste.
The office and industrial relocation service of Pacific Storage Company is reimagined into Pacific Logistics and Relocation.
Acquired American Mobile Shredding, increasing their shredding presence in Central and Northern California.
Acquired American Document Destruction, expanding the shredding business into Nevada.
Pacific Shredding hit the milestone of 100 million lbs. of paper shredded and recycled.
Phil Johnson named Chairman of the Board of Pacific Storage Company
Pacific Storage Company moved their headquarters from the original tannery site.
Charles W. Wagner anointed Emeritus Board Member of Pacific Storage Company
Acquired Offsite Data Depot in Nevada