MyStorage, the first self-storage facility in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, has opened in a refurbished building in District 2. In addition to climate-controlled units and lockers, the business offers valet-style pick-up and delivery services using complimentary plastic bins as well as luggage storage. Rental pricing is based on the amount of space required and begins at 21 cents per day for lockers and $43 per month for storage units. A tenant-protection plan is included with all rentals.
Customers can book service via the company’s website, e-mail or phone. Staff members speak English, German and Vietnamese.
MyStorage security measures include fingerprint access and video cameras, according to a press release.
“More people are moving to urban areas such as Saigon or Hanoi, and the space in a one- or two-bedroom apartment is often limited,” said Aric Austin, founder and CEO. “MyStorage offers these customers a solution to securely store valuable belongings and not have to use their homes as storage space. We believe in the growth of the country and that the modern, digital, urban Vietnamese will develop a need for storage as their peers in New York or Berlin have done.”
Founded this year, MyStorage plans to expand its presence to additional Vietnamese cities in early 2020, the release stated.