The sum of human civilization is a vast web of information. While we’d like to believe we’ve successfully boiled down all there is to know about who we are as a species, anthropologists around the world are still uncovering more and more about how our ancestors lived, how they developed over time, how their development differed from one side of the globe to the other and how we came to be the modern men and women we are today.
Libraries used to be all about books, stacks as far as the eye could see. But times are changing – to keep up with a diverse array of multimedia services and other administrative needs, libraries have had to expand their purview to reach modern audiences.
Kansas State University understood this evolution well. While its on-campus libraries provide students and faculty a quiet place to conduct research, they must also serve a dual purpose as an open space for the college community. To free up some room in their libraries, KSU teamed up with Montel to transform a printing facility into a state-of-the-art book depository with the help of high-density storage solutions.
Hockey players sure know how to take a hit and keep driving toward the goal. They will stop at nothing to deliver the goods and bring their teams to victory. The same can be said about Montel’s commitment to the best mechanical and powered mobile storage options around. These units combine rugged hardware and smart athletic equipment storage solutions to help players, coaches and the rest of the team organized, focused and prepared both on and off the ice.
When customers pull into gas stations across the continent, they’re looking for more than just fuel for their car. These days, gas stations double as convenience stores where people can purchase food and other sundry items. These stations have become such popular locations to grab a quick bite to eat or a tube of toothpaste before a weekend vacation, buying a gallon of gasoline has become something of an afterthought.
For gas station owners, maintaining a diverse inventory of beverages is particularly important to running a successful operation. Investing in smart inventory storage can prevent gas stations from running on empty when it comes to customer service.
To sell their customers superior products, wineries have to go to great lengths to ensure their bottles have been afforded the highest-quality environment in which to mature and develop their unique tastes. That said, this is easier said than done. More so than other segments of the food and beverage industry, wineries have to deal with a wine’s incredibly delicate chemistry to ensure the best use of resources and a consistently tasty product for customers. Modern winery storage can assist in that endeavor.
Liquor stores provide products for a wide array of customers. But it doesn’t matter if they’re purchasing 60-year-old scotch, watermelon vodka or a case of their favorite local microbrew, store owners must have a diverse selection available at all times to keep customers from looking for their potables elsewhere.
How these businesses decide to shelve their goods can make a dramatic difference, not only to customer service, but also overall organization and return on investment. Smart liquor store storage solutions give everyone a reason to celebrate.
Sometimes, problems seem so glaring, we have no choice but to deal with the “elephant in the room.” But for many companies, there simply isn’t one large issue to address, but rather a host of small inconsistencies, a bunch of frayed ends in need of tying. It’s very rare to find a solution that can straighten out these complications at once, but for the sake of a budget and time, it may be a business’s only recourse.
Whether with elementary-aged students or young adults honing their craft in college, school theatrical productions delight patrons and give the actors in them a spotlight in which to express themselves. But without all the behind-the-scenes work – set design, lighting, sound and costumes, just to name a few – not even the best actor could hope to convince an audience to pay attention.