Elected officials, representatives from the Catonsville Chamber of Commerce and other invited guests were on hand at NDX, at 5621 Old Frederick Rd., on Tuesday to cut a ceremonial ribbon on a new 18,280 square foot records management and documents storage center.
At 65 feet tall, the state-of-the-art building is described as the tallest of its kind in Maryland by NDX President John Corbitt.
Begun in 1989 as a regional express delivery service operating out of the basement of Corbitt's Edmonson Heights rowhouse, NDX now offers document storage, scanning and shredding, he explained at the ceremony.
County Executive Kevin Kamenetz praised Corbitt for remaining local and hiring local employees.
Corbitt said that the company's ten full-time employees live in Catonsville, and the new $2.3 million building—which increases the company's capacity by six-fold—was built by Steel Building Specialists of Halethorpe.
"It's nice to stay in Catonsville," Corbitt said.
"This is another great day for Catonsville," Kamenetz said. "Thank you for investing in the community."