Shredding Industry Resources
Looking to start up a shredding business? Looking for information on the document destruction industry? Looking for information on mobile shredding or off-site shredding? Look no further! Big Dog has fetched a stack of shredding industry resources for you! Whether you are searching for information on shredding trucks, shredding routes, shred services, financing options, shredding insurance, paper recyclers or paper prices, Big Dog is your one-stop resource for everything you need to know about the document destruction industry.
How to Start a Paper Shredding Business
So, you've decided to start your own document destruction business. In order to follow the steps to starting a paper shredding business, you will have to map out just what those steps are. These articles will assist in determining what you need to do to start up your own paper shredding business:
On-Site Shredding or Off-Site Shredding?
When starting up your own shredding business, you will need to determine if you will be offering on-site document destruction (mobile shredding truck) or if you will be a plant-based shredding company (off-site shredding). These articles discuss some of the things to consider when deciding between on-site shredding and off-site shredding:
Mobile Shredding Trucks
If you decide to go start up an on-site shredding company, you will need to determine what type of mobile shredding truck you will require. These articles help determine what type of mobile shredder you will need:
NAID (National Association for Information Destruction)
If you are planning to get into the shredding industry, it is a good idea to get to know a little about NAID. NAID is the international trade association for companies providing document destruction services. To find out more about NAID, their website may be found here:
Insurance for Your Shredding Company
When starting up a document destruction company, you may need to consider getting insurance to cover your business. These articles provide more information on this shredding industry insurance:
Shredding Route Software
When starting up a shredding company, one thing to consider is the planning of your routes. By maximizing your time through efficient route mapping, you will help ensure your business is successful. These articles discuss some of the important things to consider in regard to shredding route software:
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