The Definition of High-Density Storage (in under 100 words)


High Density Storage

High-density storage systems are designed to have a minimal footprint while still offering a significant volume of storage space.  Systems can be configured to store paper documents, large objects such as employee uniforms and sporting equipment or a blend of both.

High-density storage systems are most commonly found in doctor’s offices, libraries and hotels, but have gained in popularity in offices as real estate prices have increased. High-density storage is a popular method to improve how efficiently businesses use their floor space.

For a more detailed look at the benefits of high-density storage, read the article “What is High-Density Storage? Three Reasons You Need It”

Cory Porteous
Marketing Manager
Office Interiors

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