The Boxis Autoshred is a monster of a shredder, with giant jaws that grab and chomp up to 700 sheets of letter paper, or 250 sheets of legal paper, at one time. Just place the stack between the opposing feeder tray doors. The S700 model will shred 500 sheets in less than 12 minutes.
Another feature of the Autoshred is the ability to "lock" the machine so that a four-digit PIN number must be entered before it can be used. This keeps the shredded documents secure, and is an especially desired feature in medical and legal settings as well as any office dealing with payroll, human resources, or other sensitive data. The makers of this Boxis machine are also proud of its compact, sleek design. The Autoshred retails for $6,999.
Intex America, Inc., the parent company of Boxis, also manufactures the GoECOlife line of commercial and personal shredders, in both cross-cut and micro-cut models. These models are designed with GoECO energy-saving technology, are RoHS-compliant (Restriction of Hazardous Substances), certified CarbonFree, and come in "green" packaging consisting of recycled, partly recycled, or biodegradable materials. The shredder bags or liners are made of 100 percent biodegradable and compostable material.
Boxis is headquartered in Rancho Dominguez, California, and offers the Autoshred for sale or lease. Technical support is also available. The machines have a three-year warranty.