Easytruck starts new storage service in Dubai
Dubai, February 10, 2014
Easytruck, a moving and storage expert company, has launched the new ‘Mobile Storage Pods’, a service which brings storage directly at the customer's door in Dubai.
With the new Mobile Storage, customers can now store their belongings for a few days or months without ever having to visit a warehouse or get lost on an industrial estate, said a senior official.
“Easytruck Mobile Storage brings its specially-designed pods directly to you, wherever you are in Dubai,” explained Chris Humphrey, the managing partner of Easytruck.
"This brand new approach to storage eliminates the need for hiring costly movers and because your pods are only loaded once we reduce the risk of damage associated with loading and unloading moving trucks," he noted.
"It works like this, simply give Easytruck a call and an experienced team will deliver your pod to your home or office. We’ll professionally pack and load your items and hand over your keys before delivering your Pod back to our secure warehouse for storage. Available to you, whenever you need it," stated Humphrey.
“The best part is it costs less than Dh20 ($5.4) per box per day for the storage and the collection is free!,” he added.
According to him, the mobile storage service is the first of its kind in the UAE and brings new levels of service and convenience to its customers.
"We see this not only as the next evolution for the self storage industry but also for the long term direction for the Easytruck brand," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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