In early 2019, American Mobile Shredding Inc was acquired by the Pacific Company.
Pacific Records Storage and Shredding is a family-owned business with a 160-year history of building strong and deep relationships with businesses throughout Sacramento, Stockton, Modesto, Fresno, and the California Central valley. We believe in the importance of understanding each client’s unique business needs. It enables us to deliver dependable service and personalized support.
As a longtime member of the records management community, we also understand the magnitude of protecting and managing information assets. Along the way, we’ve garnered respect as a “go-to” provider for a wide range of industries, including the healthcare and legal communities, for our HIPAA, SOX and GLB-compliant solutions. Our expertise is supported by superior facilities, technology, and the systems necessary for providing our clients with regulatory compliance, enhanced information security, and improved business processes.
We offer a comprehensive suite of records and information management service offerings consisting of storage, data protection, shredding and document scanning solutions. Since choosing the right combination of services for your organization can result in immediate overhead expense reductions, lower litigation costs and improved disaster contingency, we apply a consultative approach ensuring that you receive the solution that best supports your business. You can rest assured that each solution is complemented by the personal and responsive service that you’ve come to expect from a family business.
For more information about Pacific, please contact us by phone or complete the form on this page.
The Pacific Story
Pacific Tannery, once one of Stockton’s major industries, occupied an entire square block of the City. Charles and Jacob Wagner, both attracted to California from Germany during the Gold Rush, established this business in 1856. With 100 employees, it was to become one of the largest operations of its kind on the West Coast. Captain Charles M. Weber, the founder of the City of Stockton, deeded the land for the tannery to the Wagner family.
Leather processed by the Pacific Tannery was shipped to all parts of the United States, as well as Japan and China, for use in making shoes, harnesses, saddles and other leather goods.
The tanning industry grew to such an extent in the Orient that it caused a sharp decline in operations at the Pacific Tannery and it ceased operation in 1928. A new use for some of the original buildings was developed: commodity storage. Thus Pacific Storage Company was born.
Pacific Storage still occupies part of the original tannery site, including a four-story structure at 517 North Hunter Street. This building is now a warehouse for business records storage with a capacity of well over 100,000 cartons.
The Pacific Storage Company was founded with an old truck and a marvelous dream. The old truck is long gone. The dream is still here.