NEW DUNFERMLINE SITE FOR STORAGE CENTRE FIRM

Keepsafe Storage Centres, the firm behind the first purpose-built drive-up storage centres in Scotland, has expanded operations by opening a new outlet in Dunfermline to cope with the increasing demand for storage solutions in the area.

The Perth headquartered company, which was the first operator to launch “American style” self-storage in Scotland in 1978 at sites in Perth and Dundee, has opened its fourth location situated in Pitreavie Business Park, to the South of Dunfermline.

The easily accessible new storage centre, which is just off the Queensferry Road and close to the M90, reactivates a site which was previously used for the parking of articulated lorries and brings a full-time employment opportunity to the area.

The new drive-up self storage Dunfermline site offers a range of units to suit every requirement, from virtual office mailboxes to a 9sqft locker, to much larger 40 sqft and 160 sqft units which have 24-hour access.

Keepsafe Storage Centres is a family run business, with three generations of the same family now working in the company.

Jordan Black, third generation and general manager at Keepsafe Storage Centres, commented: “There’s anecdotal evidence that Dunfermline is one of the fastest growing economies in the UK due to improved transport links and accessibility to major business hubs, including Edinburgh. With an increasing demand for storage solutions in the area, we saw this as the perfect opportunity to expand our operations and open our fourth site in Scotland.”

For more information, please log onto www.keepsafe-storage.co.uk

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For more information please contact Emma Davies on 01738 700134 or 07963 817302 or email: e.davies@volpa.co.uk.

About Keepsafe Storage Centres

Keepsafe Storage Centres has been serving the Perthshire and Tayside and Angus areas for more than 25 years. The company, based in Perth, built the first ever purpose-built drive-up storage centre in Scotland. Centres are attended six days a week and CCTV monitoring and recording is in use 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.