Global family-run packaging business, The Wilkins Group has significantly increased its onsite storage
capacity as orders rise. More space is now needed for finished and part-finished stock. The 15m x 35m temporary warehouse structure is being hired by The Wilkins Group to provide a medium-term solution to increasing storage demands.
Due to an increase in orders, global family-run packaging business, The Wilkins Group, turned to Spaciotempo for a 15m x 35m temporary storage structure.
The Wilkins Group, based in Nottingham, specialise in retail packaging worldwide to a range of markets, for instance, textiles, food and household products. The family-run business is based in a modern, state of the art building that covers a total area of 120,000 sqft. However, even with such a large space, more storage is still needed for finished and part-finished stock, as customer demand increases.
So, they turned to Spaciotempo, a leading temporary building supplier, with over 40 years of experience in the industry. They wanted a temporary building solution that was flexible, cost effective however, still aesthetically pleasing due to its well-known global status.
Our temporary storage buildings allow you to increase your facilities, as you need them. We can offer a hire contract with low upfront costs and manufacture our own designs; thereby delivering a perfectly bespoke temporary building perfect for your needs. For The Wilkins Group, we provided them with a 15m x 35m with an eave height of 6m, therefore providing an extra 525sqm of flexible, adaptable temporary storage space. Additionally, we created a linkage to the customers main building to ensure easy forklift accessibility, creating a completely bespoke building.
Managing Director, Andre Wilkins explains why the company is such an advocate of Spaciotempo temporary structures. “Expanding and investing carefully is key in our business, and whilst a permanent building is our ultimate goal, installing a temporary structure means we can manage our expansion in stages – committing funds in a planned and coordinated way. A temporary solution gives us a cost-effective option to immediately extend facilities, until such time that a permanent building can be completed. It also offers a much more sustainable approach to expansion.”
Who: Ken Wilkins Print
Where: Netherfield, Nottingham
Size: 15m x 35m on a 6m eave
Use: On site storage for finished and part-finished stock.
Why: A planned and sustainable approach to facilities expansion.
Special Features: Linkage to main building to ensure easy forklift accessibility.