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From my perspective as a storage vendor, I would make sure you're using
high quality double-walled archive boxes that hold up a little better
than the less expensive office supply store boxes.  Just a thought. 

Connie Durkin
METROPOLITAN ARCHIVES
301-322-4094
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-----Original Message-----
From: Records Management Program [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On
Behalf Of Barbara Wyton
Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 2009 9:34 AM
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Subject: Rough Handling of Archive Boxes

Does anyone have any warning notices or guidance documents that are
issued 
to employees regarding the handling of archived documents/boxes that
they 
are willing to share?  We are suddenly seeing a rash of retrieved
archive 
boxes being returned to us by our employees that need to be repacked 
before they can be returned to off-site storage.   I?m not talking old 
boxes that have been retrieved countless times and have simply worn out 
but relatively new boxes that may have been retrieved once or twice and 
should be in pristine condition.


Barbara Wyton
Records Management Specialist
GLAXOSMITHKLINE (Canada)
Direct Line: 905-819-7050
Fax: 905-819-3099
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