Hong Kong’s Royal England Aims To Be ‘Top Safe Deposit Box Service Brand In The World’

Back in April, Royal England Safe Deposit Box Ltd. celebrated the “soft opening” of its private, non-bank vault in Hong Kong’s Central/Western district. Outfitted by Burton Safes, Royal England offers over 1,400 safe deposit boxes with 24/7, 365 days a year accessibility in addition to other conveniences like trackable third-party access and a secure pick-up/drop-off service.

Not too long ago, facility director Ray Li was interviewed about the creation of Royal England, developing the business, and bringing Chinese-American actor Michael Wong on board as their brand ambassador. According to Li:

The business has been on track as scheduled since it started operation in July. However, as our target customers are the well-heeled in the society, to appeal to them, we hope to present Royal England as the top safe deposit box service brand in the world.

(Editor’s note: Bold added for emphasis)

“Royal England- Enjoy Real Privacy”
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Royal England is also a member of the Safe Deposit Federation (SDF), “a self-regulating federation of independent safe deposit box companies.”

Offshore Safe Deposit Boxes wishes Royal England Safe Deposit Box Ltd. all the best with their new facility.

You can read the entire interview with Ray Li here. And for more information about Royal England, head on over to their website here.

By Christopher E. Hill
Offshore Safe Deposit Boxes (www.offshoresafedepositboxes.com)

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