Warehouses for industrial use have various shapes, sizes, and configurations including permanent units for sale or rental, for containers, prefabricated steel structures or prefabricated aluminum storage structures.
Many refer to the latter as industrial tents because they consider that their structure is similar to that of a tent of events. However, this is not correct. The composition can resemble that of a tent but has a profile of larger size and thickness. This means that it can have the same strength as permanent steel installations and also benefit from the more flexible use and financing.
Where do its durability and flexibility come from and how can it benefit your company?
Resistance and durability
There are many misconceptions regarding the quality of aluminum warehouses.
Warehouses for rent in Gurgaon comply with the construction regulations related to structural safety and can be used in the short or long term (many organizations have industrial warehouses installed in use for more than 20 years). Other misconceptions are related to the installation technique, which is similar to that of a modern diaphanous tent: by anchoring the structure directly on hard surfaces, usually, cement and without the need for foundations.
However, the lightweight aluminum structure used for the warehouse can be considerably thicker than the structure of a tent, but still retains the lightness qualities that allow it to be installed in this way. This results in a rapid construction process (usually less than a week), cheap and that does not interrupt your daily activity.
In turn, this construction process offers the ability to dismantle, relocate and modify easily, which naturally leads to the availability of rental contracts for short-term use in addition to the sale option in case of long-term needs.
When companies are aware of quality and durability compared to the speed and cost of an industrial aluminum warehouse, the advantages that are created regarding flexibility multiply.
Imagine being able to extend and contract your storage space and on-site operations immediately. Without losing profits due to sudden unforeseen changes in economic, political or external market factors. Imagine being able to accommodate an unexpectedly large order or new customer for which you do not have space at present, but which you can now get: on time, on-site and at minimal cost.
Imagine that you can regroup all your warehouses that are off-site again under one roof in some weeks for a fraction of the cost of permanent brick construction. Consolidating inventory, reducing fuel costs and adjusting delivery times. Imagine that your current facilities are full to bursting but that you can create additional temporary space on site for 12 months so that you can plan your relocation project carefully rather than rush to complete it.
Imagine that you need more space for production and you are forced to take part in warehouse for rent in Delhi and so on. These are significant advantages that cannot be ignored.
And although these structures are not suitable for all companies, those that are using them cannot deny the fact that it has never been easier to maintain operations efficiently, economically and flexible.