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Self Storage India Expands With Facilities in Noida and Gurugram

Update 10/15/19 – Self Storage India is aiming to open its third facility in the coming months, this time in Gurugram, Haryana, India. The facility will offer units ranging from 50 to 300 square feet. It’ll employ contain fire- and pest-prevention measures as well as video cameras for safety, according to the latest source.

“Our expansion into the rest of the country marks a milestone moment in the growth of Self Storage India,” Khosla said. “As we introduce our world-class product to new audiences, Self Storage India is well-poised for explosive growth. I am excited about taking forward the development efforts.”


7/12/19 – Self Storage India of Gurugram, Haryana, India, has opened a second location as part of its countrywide expansion program. The new facility at New Pearl Academy, Sector 59, in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, has increased the company’s National Capital Region capacity by more than 300 percent, according to a press release.

The Noida facility is across from Pearl Academy, a fashion and design college, and near the Noida City Centre train station. It offers climate-controlled units in seven sizes, from 50 to 220 square feet.

Self Storage India plans to open new facilities in Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi, Mumbai and Vadodara, the release stated.

Founded in 2013 by Dr. Manjali Khosla, Self Storage India is a subsidiary of Dynamic Group, which operates in several industries, including construction, human resources and software development.

Source:
The Week, Self Storage India Continues Expansion With its New Noida Facility
Devdiscourse, Self Storage India Announces Country-wide Expansion, After Successful Operations in Delhi NCR

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