Retail Brand Gets Powered Up with High Density Mobile Storage

By Stuffey | January 9, 2020

When The Cato Corporation started planning their headquarters building, interior designer Lillian Dickson knew that they needed to maximize their retail storage space in the new building. The company owns multiple retail brands and as a result, they have quite a lot of stuff in their work space. Shirts, skirts, handbags and accessories posed a fun challenge for our planners. Our proposal to provide a flexible system with hanging rods and modular shelves while decreasing the square footage by utilizing a powered high density mobile system fit the bill. The client selected the powered system due to the frequent access by employees to pull samples for meetings. The final result – a happy client and a good utilization of space. A retail story made in heaven.

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About Stuffey

To say that Stuffey was made for this role would be an understatement. A life long hoarder, Stuffey understands how the Laws of Stuff can wreak havoc in the real world of an organization’s space. Now as part of his reformation, he is committed to passing on to you his secrets in our battle against the tyranny of STUFF.

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