Most companies are in the business of taking money off companies in exchange for goods, however Used Storage Systems has announced they will pay organisations for surplus racking systems.
— As the recession continues to bite, it seems traditional manufacturing companies are suffering more than most with reduced orders and the prospect of a slow recovering in the future. However, during the boom years, many expanded their warehousing due to the burgeoning export markets, warehouses that now stands empty.
Of course it doesn’t stop with the warehouse, many companies fitted these huge areas out with quality racking, sometimes specially made to fit certain types of products and very often at high cost and now they’re empty, they’re effectively losing money.
Used Storage Systems Ltd based in the West Midlands in the UK have the solution – they’ll buy the excess racking and put it to good use elsewhere.
Steve Jones from Used Storage Systems said: “The recession has hit hard and there are still many companies out there with empty racking that won’t be used for some time, if at all. We can turn that into cash and help companies out. It also means we can supply the racking on to new companies in emerging industries, feeding the recovery from the recession and hopefully everyone wins.”
The company will even come to the company’s site and do a full site survey first to find the best price for the racking, but it doesn’t end there. They’ll also take unused mezzanine floors and shelving which are in high demand with new companies looking to expand their floor space in the most efficient way.
About Used Storage Systems:
Used Storage Systems Ltd have been trading from the heart of the industrial West Midlands for over ten years. They supply used and new pallet racking, shelving and mezzanine floors throughout the UK.
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