Orange Self Storage will open next month in North Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. The three-story facility will contain 110 indoor units and 685 “safe lockers,” according to Sesha Babu, general manager. It’ll also feature a retail store that sells moving and packing supplies, electronic access, and video cameras. Customers will have access to online billpay.
The facility is the first of several self-storage locations the company plans to develop in the country. Additional sites are planned for Central and South Bengaluru as well as for Koregaon Park, a suburb of Pune, Maharashtra, according to a press release.
Orange Self Storage was established in 2016 by Nitesh Group, a diversified firm with interests in agriculture, hotels, real estate, and water and waste services. It was founded by Nitesh Shetty, a first-generation entrepreneur, and employs more than 1,000 people.
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