Lacking space for products in your warehouse is not a recent development. Over the past five years available warehouse space has declined from 8.5% to 5.6% according to Statista. Further, the Global Commercial Real Estate Service announced warehouse vacancies reached a record low of 3.6% in 2021, as reported by ABC News. So, what does this mean? Space is in demand.
Can’t Build Out? Build Up
If warehouses can’t find space, the alternative is to create it. Modifying space may involve adding new shelving, narrowing isles, or even attempting a cleanup or clear out of unsold products. These solutions however are not long-term nor tailored to suit specific needs.
Mezzanine may be the solution to your warehouse storage problems. These structures solve the issues of expanding, creating space, expense, and safety. These structures are durable, lasting, and economical. They’re durable due to high quality steel, use of bar joists, and quality of design. Lastly, mezzanines are an economical choice as installation costs are much lower than moving to a new facility. Structures can also be dismantled and reassembled at a different location in the future. Configuration of the structure can also change to suit specific needs, saving your team resources on more structures.
A Simple Space-Saving Solution:
Could your warehouse benefit from additional space? If the answer is yes, don’t burden yourself with costly expansions or relocations. Designing a mezzanine structure that can be customized to meet your specific needs, is cost effective, and is a safe way to expand.