The aviation industry’s solution to document storage

Did you know that professionally storing your documents can not only keep your documents safe, but also help save you time and money? Rentastore’s professional document archives could be the solution you need!

It is no secret that the aviation industry generates huge amounts of paperwork. What is lesser known perhaps is that professionally storing such documents away from the office can have plural benefits. These range from safety for both employees and the documents themselves, to saving money and certainly to freeing up space.

Rentastore is your one-stop shop that caters to all your document storage needs. Its state-of-the-art, ISO 9001 certified warehouses are a guarantee that your files and papers are kept safe from both damage as well as the reach of unwarranted eyes.

So how does it work? Rentastore prides itself in a simple and easy process. Boxes are delivered to your office, each with a unique barcode and seal to ensure privacy and security. You then simply fill the boxes with your files. Once your boxes are ready, they are collected and taken to the warehouses where they are scanned and given a trackable location.

Security is paramount and Rentastore pulls out all the stops to ensure this. Your documents are stored in a concrete bunker, safely protected from all major threats such as fire, theft, flooding and pests.
Its secure storage services include an argonite fire suppression system, pest control measure and fire, and intruder alarms.

Access control and CCTV are also in place and with the premises being located above ground level, to avoid the risk of flooding, you can rest assured that the safety of your documents will not be compromised.

Speaking about Rentastore, Business Development Executive Paul Azzopardi said: “At Rentastore it is our service that sets us apart. Our valued customers are always guaranteed precision, punctuality and a commitment to quality. What’s more, we continuously strive for improvement, rigorously exploring and investigating service lines in order to be able to offer more and better services.”

Rentastore also stands out in the business thanks to its state-of-the-art, globally used O’Neil RS-Mobile barcode system. Explaining further, Head of Commercial Sales John Farrugia Randon said: 

“This cloud-based records management system allows documents to be pinpointed to their exact location in real time. On entry to our facilities all barcoded boxes are scanned, uploaded onto the system with the highest level of encryption security protecting them while in the cloud.  The system allows you to access and control business records 24 hours a day. View your boxes online or place a delivery or collection request. You can see exactly where your files are and even create reports showing where they been stored and for how long. Contrary to the standard email system that is subject to human error and lost emails, this software guarantees reliability as well as transparency when it comes to billing. Full Text Search capability allows you to search within any field and narrow the results down using filters.”

In addition to professional document storage, Rentastore also offers two other services, namely: scanning and shredding. With a quick turn-around service, Rentastore can scan your documents, however many or few you have,. Rentastore will pick up your documents for you, shred and bale them, and then send them to a secure paper mill for recycling. 

To learn more about Rentastore’s services, or to get in touch, visit or call (+356) 99997070. 


The third edition of the Malta Aviation Conference & Expo (MACE) will this year be held in October, with participants able to join both online and in-person.

Launching the event, MACE co-founders Stanley Bugeja and Jonathan Dalli said the expo will bring aviation leaders from all over the world together with industry experts to participate in panel debates and discussions. 

MACE also aims to bring the industry together to explore and discuss how and which innovations can reboot the industry to pre-pandemic growth.

“MACE 2021 is therefore supporting the innovation discourse and its potential impacts on new improved air mobility,” the organisers said. 

Transport Minister Ian Borg said the three-day event will likely be the first of its kind held since the pandemic hit the world. 

He said many in the industry continued to choose Malta, with over 600 aircraft now on the island’s register. 

The event will be held between October 26 and 28 and will take place at Westin Dragonara, with all events also streamed online because of pandemic-related restrictions. 

Article published on the Times Of Malta

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