Savvy Business Storage Tips

Disclaimer: I may have been financially compensated or be gifted products from the companies mentioned in this post, unless otherwise stated. All opinions and thoughts are genuinely my own. If you wish to find out more, please see my DISCLAIMER page for more information.

All businesses want to save on the pennies. By organising your business storage and space, you can create a working space which will cause less stress and anxiety. Money can be wasted on incorrect storage which doesn’t match your needs as a business. For this blog post, I’ve collaborated with Warehouse Storage Solutions to bring you this list of tips to help save money on business storage. I have worked from both home and in a swanky office, so I understand just how important business storage is.


Do regular inventories

Keeping track of what you have and how much of which items you need is sensible. It helps to avoid wasting money on ordering items which you might not even need.

 

Pallet racking

Pallets are sometimes overlooked by smaller businesses, but they are very popular in warehouse facilities. Pallets ensure that all stock is organised and kept safe. They systematically arrange the stock without causing any trouble. You can find more information online about pallet racking online and if you are based in Yorkshire, there is more information about pallet racking Doncaster at Warehouse Storage Solutions UK. Warehouse Storage Solutions offer their services across the UK.


Archive

Most documents these days are stored on computers, but sometimes legal documents and important paperwork can only be stored as hard copies. Store anything which will need to be regularly accessed in easy to find places, such as at the front of the unit.

 

Have clear labels

I hate having to dig through a box trying to find one specific document. By clearly organising your documents or boxes and labelling each one clearly, you can save yourself a lot of time.

 

Rotational stock systems

These kind of stock systems are ideal if you have stock which may go out of date. It’s best to put older items towards the front and then load new stock at the back so that the nearby dates get picked up sooner.

 

Your line of work will depend on how much space you actually need. The key is to make the best possible use of the workable space that you have available. A huge amount of savings can be made by effectively using storage solutions, instead of spending unnecessary money on relocating or extensions, which instead could be invested in other parts of your business.

0 comments so far.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Disclaimer/Disclosure

Disclaimer: I may have been financially compensated or be gifted products from the companies mentioned throughout my blog, unless otherwise stated. Posts on LouiseRoseRailton.com may contain items which have been gifted from a company, are a PR sample or paid for with a gift voucher. LouiseRoseRailton.com also contains sponsored posts, in which I have received paid compensation. All opinions and thoughts are genuinely my own. If you wish to find out more, please see my DISCLAIMER page for more information.

Email: contact@louiseroserailton.com

Louise Rose

Louise Rose profile picture

I'm Louise, a 28 year old blogger living in York. I'm a freelance blogger and Teaching Assistant. This is my corner of the internet, in which I cover topics such as mental health, travel, fashion, lifestyle and so much more!
Email: contact@louiseroserailton.com

Advertise on LouiseRoseRailton.com

Advertise your blog

Follow Louise Rose on Twitter

Nominations & Awards

Women Mean Business York Awards 2019 Lifestyle Blog Finalist

Badges

Louise Rose
Collaborate with @louiseroseblog on influencer marketing

Upcoming Adventures:

2019

February 2019 – Leeds
March 2019 – Manchester
April 2019 – Harrogate & Hull
May 2019 – Yorkshire Spa Break
June 2019 – Manchester & Disney Land Paris
August 2019 – Leeds & Beverley