Over the last several years, the model of doing business in the world has changed dramatically. With the invention and development of the Internet, companies are relying more and more on online ordering to increase their sales revenue. Businesses might still be leasing retail space and doing business from a storefront, but they are also leasing a warehouse to hold their inventory for online fulfillment.
Warehouse and occupied distribution space have increased in size steadily over the last 17 years by roughly 86.2%. The demand has continued to grow as companies look to be able to fill an online order in a hurry. If a store doesn’t have something in stock, customers will move to a competitor that does.
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It’s extremely exciting to embark on a new business venture. A new business, whether you plan on it being small or eventually expanding, is a fresh start for all involved. However, when considering the practicalities one of the biggest issues for a business … especially one that involves mass production … is space. In fact, the demand for storage space alone grows by 7% each year. The search for commercial warehousing may seem intimidating at first, but the right preparation makes it simple to accomplish.
Determining Warehouse Space Needs
Before renting a warehouse, you should know exactly what you need it for, and