Scottish self-storage operator Keepsafe Storage Centres has opened a new location in the Pitreavie Business Park in Dunfermline, Scotland, to keep up with population growth and rising demand for storage. The facility off Queensferry Road was built on a former parking site for large trucks. It includes virtual office mailboxes and storage units ranging from nine to 160 square feet, according to a press release.
The facility accepts package deliveries on behalf of customers, offers free use of a rental truck at move-in and can arrange moving services. The property features security lighting and 24-hour, monitored closed-circuit television.
"There's anecdotal evidence that Dunfermline is one of the fastest growing economies in the U.K. due to improved transport links and accessibility to major business hubs, including Edinburgh,” said Jordan Black, general manager. “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."
Founded in Perth, Scotland, in 1978, Keepsafe operates two self-storage facilities in Dundee, Scotland, and one each in Dunfermline and Perth. It’s a third-generation, family-run business.