One Storage｜Mini Storage｜Storage Proposals for the 4 Major Food and Beverage Industries
Release Date: 01-01-2019
If you are a restaurant owner, mini storage can provide useful space for storing equipment when you are not using certain equipment, especially during the off-season. Whether you run a restaurant or a catering business (or both), you may find yourself short of space to store all your supplies. Mini storage is a convenient option that allows you to store your equipment in a safe and clean environment.
Mini storage offers a variety of effective ways to provide business storage space for caterers. See below for mini storage rental solutions for the catering industry to help you organise the mountains of equipment in your restaurant.
Items suitable for storage in mini storage 1: Furniture
Placing furniture in mini storage can be a great relief for caterers, especially if the service needs to bring various tables and chairs to each event and the restaurant owner may need to keep spare furniture in one place. In this way, traditional mini storage can free up space for restaurants and catering companies, saving money on rent in Hong Kong, which can then be invested in business development.
Items suitable for storage in mini storage 2: Inventory and supplies
There are countless items in the catering industry that require extensive storage, from silverware, dishes, pots, pans, cutlery, aprons and notebooks (excluding food of course), all of which are suitable for storage. For items that require special storage such as beer, wine and liquor, there are even 24-hour humidity and temperature controlled mini storage units available for different storage needs.
Items suitable for storage in mini storage 3: Tableware and glassware
If you need to store any glassware or cutlery in the Mini Storage, make sure you pack these items carefully: wrap the glassware separately in newspaper and place it gently in the box. Plates and bowls can be stacked on top of each other, but each piece should be wrapped in a protective material such as newspaper or bubble wrap to reduce the chance of accidental breakage. As for special silverware, simply close the lid tightly and store the silver carefully in a silverware box so that it does not lose its lustre or scratches.