Iron Mountain Opens New Easton Records Management Facility
Iron Mountain® Incorporated (NYSE: IRM), the global leader in storage and information management services, today announced the opening of a new records management facility in Easton at 2300 Newlins Mill Road.
Iron Mountain will mark the opening of the 182,000 square foot building with a ribbon-cutting and guided facility tours. With a total storage capacity of 2.4 million boxes, the facility – along with other local and regional Iron Mountain data management, secure shredding and imaging operations – will serve the greater Northampton County business community. It joins Iron Mountain’s network of 35 facilities in Pennsylvania – and 1400-plus worldwide – providing services for records storage, data management, secure shredding, data centers and document imaging.
“I am proud to celebrate Iron Mountain’s new investment in the Lehigh Valley,” said Senator Lisa Boscola (D) of Pennsylvania’s District 18. “It is always great news when a company, like Iron Mountain that is already heavily invested in Pennsylvania, decides to grow its business here.”
Said Don Cunnigham, president & CEO, Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation, “We are pleased that Iron Mountain has chosen to invest in the Lehigh Valley economy and bring new jobs to the region. Professional business services have been identified as one of the target sectors for the Lehigh Valley thanks to our central location, proximity to markets, and well-developed transportation infrastructure. We are confident that Iron Mountain has chosen the right location for their newest Pennsylvania records storage facility.”
“This facility gives us the opportunity to grow our service footprint in Pennsylvania, one of the most important locations in our worldwide network,” said John “JT” Tomovcsik, executive vice president and general manager, Records and Information Management North America, Iron Mountain. “While our corporate headquarters are in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania is home to our global business and customer operations centers in Collegeville and Royersford and more than 1,100 Iron Mountain employees throughout the state. Opening this new facility in Easton will let us better serve the storage and information management needs of our existing and future customers in Northampton County and the Mid-Atlantic region. We are proud to expand our presence with this $30.7 million investment in the ‘The Keystone State.’”
For more information on the grand opening and for more on Iron Mountain’s services for information management, visit www.ironmountain.com .