Archive Shelving Systems and Document Management Installation
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How does an archive shelving system work?
For those looking to store important data, archive shelving is the perfect solution. Loose paperwork and documents can be stored away neatly, and yet remain easily accessible at all times.
This simple, sturdy system is made of heavy duty racking and shelving, which can store various combinations of storage boxes. Boxes are usually stored a maximum of two deep, which prevents over stacking and potential damage to the boxes and their contents. It also means that boxes can be easily retrieved. Adjustments to the system can be easily made, making it simple and straightforward to convert it from document shelving to small parts shelving if required.
If the system is for use in an office environment rather than a warehouse, it can be enhanced with decorative cladding panels to complement existing office furniture, thereby making it an attractive yet cost-effective storage solution.
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Advantages of an archive shelving system:
A Tidy and Compact System - The system is great for grouping together loose boxes, paperwork, etc., and is a simple solution for keeping your all-important company data safe and organised.
Durable and Resilient - As the system is made of heavy duty racking and shelving it is able to store various combinations of SKUs and boxes.
Additional Aesthetic Options - If the system is intended for a non-industrial environment then the shelves can be cladded with decorative panels. These can be painted to match nearby office furnishings and corporate colour schemes.
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