Commercial Storage & Warehousing

Our Detroit, Michigan commercial storage units and office furniture warehouse provides a safe, containerized storage solution, as well as plenty of rack space for larger items that can’t fit in a crate. Upon arrival at our warehouse, your office furniture is inventoried, carefully wrapped in pads and placed in large, labeled wooden crates for storage. For those commercial storage items that cannot be crated, we have open racking options.

Our facility is closely monitored via alarm and video surveillance 24-hours a day, seven days a week by both our warehouse employees, as well as by an independent security provider. Fully insured and installed with sprinklers to prevent an extra measure of safety against fire, we’re prepared to take care of commercial items just as though they were our own.

WHAT WE STORE:

  • Office furniture and files
  • Computers, electronics, and machinery
  • Heirloom and high value pieces
  • Exhibits, displays, and trade show supplies
  • Commercial products
  • Records and files
  • Systems furniture
  • Hospitality and hospital product
  • Asset management projects

HOW WE DO IT: WINDFALL INVENTORY TRACKING SYSTEM

Imlach Group staffs our 80,000 square foot warehouse facilities with highly trained asset management professionals who utilize the Windfall Asset Management System to manage a broad scope of asset and storage applications.

BENEFITS OF WINDFALL

  • Less paperwork with more timely reports
  • Barcode tracking and accuracy
  • Customer Data Collection Profiles
  • Digital Imaging

Whether you need short or long-term storage options, Imlach has them. In addition to space in our own secure warehouses, we can provide safe storage in Atlas agency warehouses at 650 locations across the U.S. and Canada. Contact us to learn more about our storage solutions for your commercial storage needs.

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Testimonials

We have and will continue to recommend your company to others in need of relocation/moving services. Our experience was a very good one.

Ben and Jule G.