The only self-storage company In Royston, Cam Store, offers self-storage and warehousing services across the Herefordshire area. Due to business increasing, and the ever-growing demand for storage and warehousing space, lack of space was becoming an issue. They needed to expand their site in a timely and efficient manner, so turned to Spaciotempo for a temporary warehouse structure.
We provided Cam Store with a 25m x 40m with a height of 8m to the eave, temporary building solution to increase their storage space.
For Cam Store in Hertfordshire, as business grew their storage space became an issue. They needed a quick, cost effective temporary building solution to keep up with customer demand. But with demand continuously fluctuating they needed a temporary building which was also flexible but not financially encumbering.
This is exactly what Spaciotempo can do, we pride ourselves on our quick reaction times, flexibility and low upfront costs. We can have a site visit booked within 24 hours of placing the initial enquiry. This is exactly what we did for Cam Store, reacted quickly to their enquiry, visited their site and began the installation of their temporary warehouse within a few weeks.
All our temporary storage buildings are delivered to site, installed and dismantled by Spaciotempo’s own qualified, experienced, operations staff. The speed in which we can install our temporary structures is rapid due to the lightweight but durable aluminium frame. Therefore, the installation of their temporary building, was erected in double quick time.
Scott Jameson, Spaciotempo’s Managing Director commented, ‘Due to the flexibility of our temporary buildings and the option of a hire contract, we could provide Cam Store with exactly what they required efficiently and to the highest of standards.’
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Who: Cam Store
Where: Royston, Hertfordshire
Size: 25m x 40m with a height of 8m to the eave
Use: Temporary Warehousing and Storage
Why: Lack of space due to customer demand