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Archive for May, 2019

What You Need To Take Into Account Before Renting Warehouse Space

For those working in the warehouse and distribution industry, the continued rise of E-commerce (up to 10 percent over the next five years) will create a lot of opportunity. More than 150,000 people in the U.S. work in storage and warehouse leasing and as companies such as Amazon continue to expand, jobs are sure to be plentiful and in high demand.


Since 2000, the amount of occupied distribution and warehouse space has increased by nearly 90%. So if your company is looking for warehouse space it’s important to consider the following:

  • Accounting for space: When you’re leasing a warehouse, you’ll want to know how much space you’re renting and how much it’s going to cost. You’ll want to make sure you’re only getting charged for the space you use.
  • Operating costs: It’s also important to know what your operating expenses are going to be especially when you take things like taxes and maintenance into account. Find out what the landlord

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Is It Time For A Building Expansion Without The Chaos?

Many businesses find that over time they outgrow their offices. As the years begin to go by you begin to see that that office that you began in the first place, the one that seemed big and roomy now seemed as if it is too small and too closed in. If your business is beginning to feel like a sardine cabinet, then it may be time to look into your options and see what you could do in order to make that office a little bit bigger and give yourself, your workers and your clients a little more room. It might even be time to begin to discuss adding an inplant office to your busy location.

Perhaps you’ve never considered it before. Maybe you’ve never thought about what a modular office could do for you or how it could be one of the best decisions that you could make for your business. If you’ve been trying to figure out how exactly to make that building work and how to not have to shop around for a new one, then maybe the modular inplant office could have saved you the stress of all

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When Was the Last Time Your Shop Needed an Important Part Repaired?

Indiction melting and holding furnaces are important parts of many kinds of industries. In fact, induction heating equipment is used in casting companies and automotive industries, as well as gold refineries. And while these induction furnaces can be used for a number of purposes, the fact of the matter is these machines remain very high priced. Fortunately, there are often used induction furnace for sale that can help smaller businesses get a hold of the equipment that they need.
Steel industries are often the most noted use for these large high temperature machines, as we all know the many ways that steel products are used in our lives. A used induction furnace for sale can help a smaller company that makes steel products get the production level of control that they want.
Spare Parts Are Often Needed Immediately
If you work in any kind of mechanical industry then you likely understand the need for new parts and the repair of old parts. Read more ...

Fire Alarm Maintenance and Other Essential Fire Protection Services for Commercial Properties

Since fires can occur for a variety of reasons, it’s important to schedule regular safety inspections. It’s been determined that utilizing both automatic sprinklers and early warning systems can make a significant impact on reducing injuries, fatalities, and property damage. When all buildings have these two systems in place, it can reduce the overall number of incidents by at least 50%.

A Brief Overview of Fire Statistics

Half of the fires that break out in high-rise buildings, for example, are in apartments, hotels, medical facilities, and office buildings. On an annual basis, hotel and motel fires cause property losses that amount to $76 million. Electrical malfunctions caused 19% of the non-confined hospital fires between 2004 to 2006. Other incidences that occurred in medical facilities were confined cooking fires, which amounted to 55% of the total number.

Warehouse fires, however, have actually declined. In 1980, there were 4,700 warehouse fires, while in 2011

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3 Tips For Running a Website

In the year 2019, many people run their own websites, be it for personal blogging or running their own business. At the same time, there are many who want to start their own new website but are overwhelmed by how to begin. Terms like website hosting, SEO, and content generation can feel confusing if you’re new to the website industry. There are a number of tips you can follow that can help you run a website. This article will look at several tips you can follow for running a website in the best way possible.

  • Website hosting: One tip for running a website is to invest in website hosting. A website host is a company that lets people post their web sites to the Internet. There are ways to post your website directly to the Internet, but if you’re not an expert in computer programming, it’s generally safer to let a website host do it for you because they take care of most of the details. Most website hosts will let you post a basic website for free, with fancier features requi

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