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Use Self Storage to Hold More Stock for Your Business

Date Posted: 7th October 2015

Since the recession, the number of self-employed small business owners has leapt up to the highest point in 40 years. Many of these small business owners are running their online retail businesses from self-storage units.

Self-storage units are cost-effective, convenient and flexible, allowing you to move your products when you sell them while keeping your overheads low.

Whether you are a new start-up or looking to store additional stock for the Christmas rush, a self-storage unit from Storebox offers flexibility and low costs solution to your stock storage worries.

Why should you use self storage for your small business?


Free up Home Space

If you are running an online retail business, stock can quickly start to take over your home meaning there is nowhere for you to truly relax. Putting your stock in storage frees your home space back up for its traditional purpose.

Additional Space

As your business grows and you need to increase the size of your storage area, you can do this quickly, easily and conveniently by choosing self-storage.

Rent and Rates

Self-storage doesn’t come with hefty fees, nor do you have to worry about paying council tax and business rates that can become expensive if you use a commercial space.

Clean and Dry

Your stock will be kept clean and dry in ventilated, watertight storage units.


Self-storage units from Storebox are protected by CCTV, lighting and automated gates accessed via mobile phone only to Storebox staff and customers. The units are secured with steel lockboxes in addition for your peace of mind.

If you are a professional eBayer, an online retailer or if you are looking for storage for your small business, Storebox has a self-storage solution for you. Please get in touch with us to discuss how we can help your business with its storage requirements.

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London EN5 5TZ

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