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If you own or manage a busy business firm or company that deals in documents, files, papers, blue prints and maps, then you will know how difficult it is to store flat files. The problem with conventional storage systems is that there are problems in retrieving files and also in storing them. The average space required to store files flat would be three to four times more than when you store them standing. Assuming the height of the file storage you are using remains the same, your traditional options of file storage will occupy much more space than vertical file storage systems.

Vertical file storage systems are efficient as well

When you use vertical file storage systems, you have the option of storing each and every document separately. This means that not only do your important documents remain safe; they are also easier to find. Vertical file storage gives you the option of keeping your documents accessible and organised. In the average traditional storage system used in the office space it would take you from a few minutes to a better part of a half hour to find a document. However vertical file storage enables you to find a document within ten seconds.

Vertical file storage is used by a number of industries and companies worldwide. Some of the other industries which use vertical file storage and racking include libraries, legal offices, films, accountancy firms and many more.