Perhaps the main reason for using self storage for your warehousing functions is to align resources to your company’s core competencies. Other considerations are for extra inventory space when in-house storage is filled to capacity, seasonal public storage for peak demand times, or to expand with a new line of business.

But if you’re still undecided on whether outsourcing your warehouse and distribution functions is right for your business, here are four main benefits to renting warehouse space.

Valuable Logistics Resources

Access to Valuable Resources

When you rent storage space in a public warehouse, your business benefits from using just the space you need for the time that you need it.

Having immediate access to a wide range of logistics services on an as-needed basis is especially accommodating to businesses and lowers business expenses. Blackpool Self Store has an on-site Forklift Truck and a driver available by arrangement.

Expand Market Reach

Expand Market Reach at Lower Cost

Business growth comes with a lot of peripheral expenses that can quickly use up available capital. But by renting Self Storage space, businesses can enter new markets or expand globally without using capital on facility space.

Frees Up Space

Frees Up Space

Companies that need more space in their main headquarters can free up square footage by relocating warehouse functions to into Blackpool Self Store. This rented storage space allows companies to expand without having to invest in a new building and eliminates the added expenses of property taxes, insurance, equipment, and other resources.

Flexible Options


Self Storage rentals give businesses flexibility when they need it. Businesses pay only for the space and services they use, so they can scale up or scale down as needed. This flexibility is especially beneficial during peak times, such as holiday seasons, when businesses are already overwhelmed or not equipped to handle high or unexpected demand.

At any time, businesses can tap into the resources of a self storage unit to get their goods out quickly to their distribution channels in order to meet consumer demand.

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