Space Saver Compact Shelving and Filing Systems – What is really does for you.

When I started as a Space saver teammate over six years ago I was, believe it or not, completely unfamiliar with the compact mobile storage concept. Looking back now I’m sure that I must have crossed paths with a system or two over the years since the products are installed in so many different applications and Space saver has been installing systems since the early 1970s. Although I have since been enlightened, I’m sure there are still lots of other people in the world today that are just as unfamiliar with the concept as I was back then. It’s OK…you can admit it. Well, it is with those people in mind that I write this post. At the highest conceptual level compact mobile storage systems exist for single purpose…to save space. Let’s take a look at how…

Spacesaver compact mobile storage system concept

Conventional stationary lateral filing cabinets, shelving and storage cabinets require fixed aisles (usually at least 36″ wide) that waste space. Space saver compact mobile storage systems (otherwise known as high-density mobile storage systems) eliminate all but one “moveable” aisle by mounting the storage units to sturdy carriages that roll back and forth on steel rails in the floor. In most cases this can save 50% of the floor space for more productive uses. Or the same concept can be used to double the storage capacity in the same floor space. This concept can be used to save space while storing literally anything. Seriously…ANYTHING! Museum artifacts, surgical supplies, evidence, archival documents, books, movie film, retail items, sports equipment, military weapons, production materials…you get the idea. ANYTHING! You can see some videos at www.CutYourSpaceInHalf.com

Here are just some of the great benefits achieved by the use of Space Saver compact mobile storage:

  • Store ANYTHING in fewer square feet of floor space
  • Help reduce your building lease or construction costs
  • Contribute to sustainable green building design and LEED points
  • Make room for additional people and equipment
  • Delay the need for facilities expansion
  • Improve access to materials by storing at point-of-use
  • Enhance productivity and workflow
  • Adapt readily as your storage needs change

Pretty cool concept don’t you think? I do too. In fact I feel sort of bad for those people that don’t know about it yet. Do you know of someone who needs to be enlightened? Do me a favor and pass this post on to them. Although I have since been enlightened, I’m sure there are still lots of other people in the world today that are just as unfamiliar with the concept as I was back then. It’s OK…you can admit it. Well, it is with those people in mind that I write this post.

Matt Tourdot – Spacesaver

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