StorageMart Acquires Strong Box Self Storage in Nebraska

  • StorageMart aquires Strong Box

We’re proud to announce the StorageMart family just got a bit bigger.  Last week we acquired Strong Box Self Storage and its pair of stores in Nebraska.  StorageMart now owns and operates 165 stores in the United States and Canada, making us the 7th largest provider of self storage in North America.

You can now find StorageMart at the following locations:

The Lincoln self storage property is our second location in the state capital, while the Papillion store marks StorageMart’s first entry into the Omaha Metro Area.

The acquisition adds 793 storage units, comprising more than 106,000 net rentable square feet, to the StorageMart portfolio.

While these stores may be new to StorageMart, they’ll soon bear many of the hallmarks which have made us a leader in the self storage industry.  Each property will feature perimeter fencing, accessible only via PIN-controlled gate access.  Well-lit grounds covered by video cameras 24 hours a day will provide customers with peace of mind when they trust us with their possessions.

Storage options include both indoor and outdoor units in a variety of sizes, outdoor units with drive-up access, heated, climate-controlled storage units and parking areas for storing vehicles.

Each of these new locations will offer for purchase a wide variety of high quality moving boxes and packing supplies, making StorageMart the convenient place to take care of all of your moving and storage needs.

Customers can enjoy the convenience of shopping for storage units at these new locations from the convenience of home. StorageMart’s desktop and mobile websites enable customers to locate the StorageMart nearest them, compare rates and availability and even book their storage unit without ever leaving their home.

About Heather Gerling

Heather is the SEO Manager at StorageMart, and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration with honors from Lincoln University. She strongly believes you should never leave home without a book, and admits to having a coffee addiction.

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