BiGDUG Launch Their New Range Of Economy Office Storage

Gloucester, Uk (PressExposure) August 31, 2009 -- Whether it's simple document storage, archive shelving or filing space a client is looking for; BiGDUG's new economy range of quality products will suit even the tightest of budgets.

Featuring BiGDUG 'boltless' technology, BiGDUG's economy shelving system is easy to construct - it simply taps together. It is strong, slim-line and comes in a smart soft grey painted finish. Each shelf can support 200kg of uniformly distributed load and the unique post design gives a smart silhouette by concealing all shelf positioning holes. Economy shelving units are also TUV GS tested and certified.

Units can be fixed together to create large storage bays or wider shelving options.

Custom designed file storage is also available at modest prices. Using the same multi scale economy shelving mentioned above, simple boxes constructed from corrugated cardboard act as file supports. These prevent files and folders from falling and sliding when the shelf isn't full.

With fantastic storage potential and with prices starting from just £29 excl. VAT, clients can't lose.

"Storage is an issue for many businesses but it needn't be expensive to sort out the issue out..." says Doug Nourse, Managing Director of BiGDUG. "The new range of economy storage solutions available at BiGDUG are cost effective and don't compromising on style or quality - take a look!"

To find out more about BiGDUG and their economy office solutions, visit check out the online catalogue at or ring 0845 966 6000.

About BiGDUG

Established in 2004, BiGDUG offer high quality storage products including shelving, racking and accessories which meet EU quality standards and are backed by BiGDUG's satisfaction guarantee. BiGDUG also use their own distribution centre to ensure swift delivery, shipping thousands of parcels every week across the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.

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Press Release Submitted On: August 31, 2009 at 5:49 am
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