How can Businesses Store Goods in Camden?

Anyone who has been to London’s bustling Camden area will know how compact and busy it gets round there. The huge market place is world-renown and there are many small businesses here, it would be impossible to count them.

Most of the small businesses are in retail. The vast majority operate out of small premises, where high rental fees are charged. It is for this reason there is very little floor space in the vast majority of the businesses in Camden.

However, like all retailers they must buy goods and restock at regular intervals. Herein lies a problem. Retailers who sell bulky items like coats, jackets, small furniture items and household décor tend to have very little storage space.

As much as 95 per cent of the space these retailers operate in is taken up for display and sale. It has been known for some small market traders to store stuff in the garden sheds, within apartments and the car garage.

It is far from being an ideal situation and it calls for a place to store excess stock safely, securely and in a place that is easily and readily accessible. The good news is: such a place actually exists.

At City Store in Camden there is a huge amount of storage space available to businesses and traders. It gives them peace of mind and unlimited access to their goods throughout the long opening hours.

A PIN code is given to customers to allow them access to their trading wares so they can come and go as they please. The storage centre and its facilities are very handy for those retailers and businesses that have to buy in bulk.

Wholesale is Cheaper When Bought in Bulk

As any retailer will tell you: when buying large volumes of retail stock for sale at the wholesalers, it is cheaper to buy in bulk. In many cases, a lot cheaper. However, Camden traders and market stall holders will tell you from the start, buying in bulk is not an option as there is nowhere for them to safely and securely hold the stock.

At City Store in Camden there is plenty of room to fill the stalls, shops or business premises several times over. There is also peace of mind in the fact that the storage facilities enjoy round-the-clock CCTV.

City Store is located just 2 minutes’ walk from The Stables Market and 9 minutes’ walk from the famous Camden Market itself.

John Peterson

Amanda Peterson: Amanda is an economist turned blogger who provides readers with an in-depth look at macroeconomic trends and their impact on businesses.