History

Founded by Bob Crozier in 1976 in New York City, Crozier was the first company of its kind. It began as a dedicated art transport company, further developing its offerings to include art storage upon relocating to Chelsea in 1983. Over the past 40 years, Crozier has grown exponentially with the art world to become the chief authority in art services and an advocate for international standards.

In 2016, Crozier was acquired by Iron Mountain Incorporated (NYSE: IRM), building on the company’s expertise in storing, protecting and managing high-value assets.

In March 2018, Crozier integrated with Artex Fine Art Services, refining its ability to accommodate museums and institutions with an expanded suite of specified services. More recently, Crozier united with LA Packing, Crating and Transport to add unprecedented domestic coverage and a deeper knowledge of the Los Angeles market. In joining forces with these veteran companies, Crozier reaffirmed its commitment to excellence by strengthening its team and increasing its capacity. Later that year, Crozier grew its global footprint by adding two locations in Switzerland and a facility in London to its portfolio.

Today, Crozier operates over 1.3 million square feet of storage space across 19 locations in 10 markets. These facilities are served by a fleet of 80+ specialist vehicles that cover North America, the United Kingdom and continental Europe, enabling clients access to the most comprehensive suite of logistical services in the art world.