History of words: Classification

In France, people have been thinking about organising records since 1807, when Daunou, the then Custodian of the Imperial Archives, sent a report to Emperor Napoleon. In it he explained the difficulties of managing the archives in his care and suggested various solutions. At the time, public archives were generally made up of state archives … Continued


Acquisition of Distristoc in Romania.


Acquisition of Centre Archives and Nouméa Archives.


Acquisition of financial interests in Vectracom.


Creation of Memorist, the brand of the Heritage Division.

AGS Algeria becomes the 40th AGS branch to get FAIM certified

The FAIM standard is widely seen as the gold standard of quality in the international moving industry, and Algeria branch manager Alexandre de Beauregard and his team now work at the only moving company in the country to have met its stringent requirements. The certification is overseen by FIDI, the global alliance of international moving … Continued

A story of know-how: Tchérylène MAIRET, Data Protection Officer

Tchérylène Mairet is AGS RM’s leading Data Protection Officer. Her goal is to achieve a balance between support for customer operations and the demands of privacy regulations. Having got to grips with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in 2017, compliance was her “state of mind” before it became her job. Since then, her mission … Continued