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  • CS Storage targets the big brands!

    CS Storage is set to take the storage market by storm as they target some of the biggest brands in the UK and US after rapid growth over the last 4 years and is gunning for their next big deal!

    The family run business is passionate about providing the best service and value to all of their customers, which has maximised their growth by double and allowed the company to take on more staff and new property assets.

    The well-established Storage and Locker Company have already gained well – known customers such as The Pentagon (USA), Merseyside Constabulary, London Fire Brigade and Westminster City Council.

    Some of the companies best known clients include Fortnum and Mason, Sainsbury’s, John Lewis, Intel, Fujitsu, Liverpool FC, Chelsea FC, Leeds United, Paul Smith, The Royal Albert Hall, The Alexandra Palace, Gordon Ramsey Holdings, Watches of Switzerland, Specsavers, Kings college London, Great Ormand Street Hospital, Comic Relief, The Red Cross, Office World, Alnwick Castle (Hogwarts), BP, McDonalds, and Peel Media (Media City UK),

    Stuart Jardine, Operations Director, has over 30 years experience in the industry and after identifying potential growth of e-commerce in 2004 and have seen “our market grow over the last 10-years.”

    “With the simple premise of offering the best value products, with exceptional customer service, we have grown rapidly over the last 10 years and hope to continue to do so in the future.

    “As we continue to develop as a company we are always looking to expand our product range and improve the business, seeking the best and most cost effective solutions for our customers.”

    The company are confident to grow the business further, Jardine says,We’re growing the business by increasing our product range and opening up into new markets, both domestic and international,” using the simple operatic of “Great Customer Service, Great Products, Great Value for Money.”

    –          http:// www.csstorage.co.uk


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