Posted on 10th November 2017
When you?re managing a warehouse or other storage facility, efficient and economical storage solutions are of the utmost importance. Your area needs to be utilized efficiently and completely so that you can maximize your profits.?However, there is often times a period in every storage facility?s life when things need to be relocated to a new area. Whether your business is simply getting too big for its small premises or simply moving to a new neighbourhood to get closer to suppliers and buyers; relocating your warehouse often cannot be avoided.
Relocating your business is a huge undertaking that should not be taken lightly. Dozens of things could go wrong at any time during the process and many of them probably will. It is your responsibility to think ahead so that you can lessen the probability of unfortunate occurrences. Let?s look at some things that you can do to make your relocation as trouble-free as possible.
Safety is a constant issue that you have to deal with at all times in a storage facility. However, there might be even bigger safety risks during the moving process. First and foremost there will obviously be a lot of dismantling and movement of racking and shelving implements all around. This creates a very hazardous environment for everyone in the.
Also, there is bound to be a lot of heavy machinery working in the area as well; so it is your job to ensure that proper safety protocols are in place and unnecessary personnel stay out of the area.
Managing a storage facility means that? you always have to be on the lookout for sticky-fingered individuals. During the relocation process this threat is magnified greatly, so you need to remain vigilant. Individuals will use the confusion and hectic nature of the process to sneak away with an item or two here and there.
You can minimize this risk by utilizing as little outside help as possible and giving the task of inventory management to only your most trusted employees.
You have to relocate, that is inevitable. However, that doesn’t mean that you have to carry all of your inventory with you. You can now take a look at what you have been storing and decide if you really want to carry some of the things that have been sitting unused, collecting dust, for far too long.
It doesn?t matter if your new location is fitted with the best storage solutions and vast amounts of space. The only thing worse than not having enough space for things you want to store; is wasting space on old clutter that you won?t be using and shouldn?t be storing. This is an opportunity to make a fresh and efficient start, don’t waste it.
If you want to maximise your new or existing warehouse space through the use of second hand or new pallet racking, please don?t hesitate to get in touch with us on 0800 345 7088 or send an email to email@example.com
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