Co Liquidations offers 50,000 sq ft storage space for businesses going through the liquidation process

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The cost is included in the scope that the business provides and the warehouse offers a trusted, secure space for professional goods until the process comes to completion.

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(Spin Digit Editorial):- Farmingdale, New York Jul 29, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – New York City, USA, CO Liquidations, a company specializing in office liquidation in New York City, is now providing clients with effective storage solutions for their office furniture while going through the liquidation process. This allows the company to provide sensible and convenient storage solutions for your office furniture and wares while they assist you with the liquidation of your company. This service is invaluable during a time when countless businesses are facing liquidation due to the pandemic. As well as large items, the company has the experience and expertise required to store sensitive documents and data.

The company has extensive experience in appropriately wrapping furniture and other large-scale items to be placed in storage, as well as in-depth knowledge of how to best place furniture to maximize your use of the space you take out. Co Liquidations also has an in-house removal and delivery team that can collect any items you store from your location and safely transport them to the storage facility.

“If you have piled up on your inventory & going through a rough patch, you don’t need to panic, we have you covered. Our warehouse is more than sufficient to hold your possessions until your liquidation process is completed with us & we absorb the costs as part of our quote” said Varun Bansal, Founder of Coliquidations

 

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Commercial Office Liquidations 165 Marine Street, Farmingdale NY 11735

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