With so many developments going on in the Startup sector, young and budding entrepreneurs need to dig in deep to roll out innovative solutions. Going ‘Never-tried-before’ way is the key. A Noida-based startup, StoreMore has done exactly that.
A brainchild of Nitin Dhawan and Pooja Kothari, StoreMore has entered the storage sector to provide hassle-free storage solutions and facilities. Recently, they had roped in Bedrock Ventures as an investor. The company is also co-promoted by Burmans, who own Dabur. In what can be termed as a ‘sort of firsts’ in the country, the service works on a pay-per-use model. The model has not been implemented by storage players in India till date. StoreMore provides the customers with an option to choose space at a singular or multiple locations through its website. Along with providing the storage space options, the company also provides the service for packaging and transportation of goods to the company’s facility. The company caters to residential as well as business storage needs. The entire process can be easily carried out in 4 steps.
- Look for options, quickly compare them, have a glance at the photos and check security.
- Book the space as per your needs from anywhere with just a click.
- Dispatch your goods or ask their transport to pick it up for you.
- Keep a tab on your goods via online portal with easy access.
With a team equipped with the security protocol knowledge and no mandatory payment of security deposits, StoreMore has a lot of advantages. In case, you want to move your goods to a location, StoreMore also provides options for that. The two types of storage solutions offered by them include Box storage and Pallet storage. Explaining about the storage solutions, Nitin Dhawan, Director says, “The first type offers corrugated boxes for storage of files, documents and small-sized items. Each box can hold up to 15 kg to 18 kg of goods. The second type of storage offer space on pallets that can be used to store large-sized items, such as chairs, tables, inventory of goods.” Customers can keep a tab on their inventory and stored goods via a cloud based solution with easy access and retrieval. Pooja Kothari, Managing Director, StoreMore emphasized, “StoreMore’s USP is its flexible pay-per-use model which has never been applied to warehousing before in India. It does not require any long-term commitments of time, or any security deposits. There are no complicated leases to sign either. Customers pay monthly rent for the amount of space their goods consume in a facility.” The company facilities are run on sophisticated systems for utmost security and output with maximum security measures as card-based controlling and CCTV cameras in place. The company has plans to expand their reach to other regions in the future to eradicate the hassles of storage and security.