The advantage of Montel’s approach is based on well-established facts.
How much space is devoted to storage? How to store more in less space? Questions like these are critical. Assuming:
• A 150-people law firm in Midtown New York City• Approximately 5,000 linear feet of files to store• A rent of $62 per square foot per year (CB Richard Ellis: Global Market Rents November 2006)
A high-density storage system can help these New York managers save at least 1,125 square feet of floor space, or even better—$69,750 each year—compared to open stationary shelving. High-density storage is the cost-effective solution for modern workspace environments.