CROWN WORLDWIDE GROUP OPENS RECORDS MANAGEMENT CENTRE IN CHANDIGARH
Chandigarh, (Gurpreet)– Crown Worldwide Group, the world's largest privately-held group of international logistics and related services companies, is pleased to announce the opening of a new state-of-the-art Records Management Centre in Chandigarh. As part of its commitment to provide an enhanced level of support to the clients, the facility is the third records management centre in northern part of India besides New Delhi and Ludhiana.
Commenting on the inauguration of Records Management Centre, Mr. Praveen Joseph, Assistant Vice President – Records Management, South Asia said “Delighted to see our presence established in Chandigarh which is going to capture the opportunities created for Records Management & Information Management in line with the digital transformation that we are all forced to adopt for the future. The location will be the 13th branch under the South Asia operations and will operate under the group quality standard guidelines ensuring timely and seamless service delivery. The team is well experienced and equipped to handle the business needs ensuring customer focus is given prime importance.”
Situated in Rajpura, near Chandigarh, the facility deploys the best of technology and know-how to enhance safety and security of the records stored. The facility has a capacity to store 100 thousand cartons when operational in the first phase. To be developed in phases, the records centre shall enhance its storage capacity in accordance with customer needs and demands. Crown has been operating in India for over 25 years having records management centres in New Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Coimbatore, Bhubaneswar and Ludhiana. The new facility will encourage deeper engagement with clients such as financial services, healthcare, legal, manufacturing and pharmaceutical industries with the need for business information storage and management. With the push in digitisation initiatives by the Government of India through its program ‘Digital India’ to the pandemic induced digital transformation, records management practices offer a multitude of benefits helping organizations manage the practicalities, legalities and risks of coping with increasing quantities of corporate data