UPDATED: December 21, 2021

We create opportunities for adults with disabilities in our combined 70,000 square foot warehouse in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas. Our services include secure document destruction as well as packaging and fulfillment. We are proud to partner with companies nationwide to provide top-notch business services while creating meaningful employment for our clients.

For 40 years, our high-quality business solutions have been executed by a team of adults with disabilities who benefit from job training, social skill development, and a salary. Together with our customers, we have placed over 500 clients in community jobs.

Working with Amplify means changing the world, one job at a time. Our company is committed to delivering the highest standards of document destruction and fulfillment services possible. We are bound to these standards by our membership in the trade group NAID. In addition to our strict compliance with security regulations, we also take pride in our customer service. We have one of the highest on-time percentages in the industry. When your company has a special request or a problem of any kind, Amplify does everything possible to ensure you are taken care of immediately.

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3005 Wichita Court
Fort Worth, TX 76140
United States



(817) 293-9486


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