Leading logistics provider GWC has launched a new "Self Storage" solution, which is currently available at the GWC Bu Sulba Warehousing Park.
Clients seeking storage for personal items such as furniture, sports and camping equipment, caravans, boats, or other personal belongings that no longer fit in their home or need a temporary place to stay in between a move or for any other reason will find in this offering an ideal solution.
“GWC will always seek every opportunity to satisfy the growing needs of Qatar’s population, offering them convenience and peace of mind” said GWC Group CEO Ranjeev Menon. “GWC builds its new solutions with the highest standards of safety and technology while customer centricity remaining at the heart of everything we do.”
Accessible through the Sabah al-Ahmed Road (previously the G-Ring Road), the new solution will offer a variety of storage space sizes and climate-controlled units to keep individuals belongings’ in a clean, safe, and secure environment.
GWC Self Storage will feature secure individual units of flexible sizes starting from 5 sqm based on customers’ requirements, while various tenancy terms vary from one month onward.
The new service features 24-hour access, state-of-the-art security, and superior customer service. Additionally, individuals may make direct use of the company’s transport, packaging, forklift operations, freight, customs clearance and insurance services when moving their personal items into their storage location.
The GWC Bu Sulba Warehousing Park is the direct result of the company’s experience in the logistics service sector, and the government’s desire to support small and medium enterprises, providing them with flexible warehousing solutions.
The over 500,000-sqm project was the first of the country’s private-public partnerships to bear fruit. The park offers frozen, chilled, A/C, dry and open-yard storage at varying sizes.
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