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Trackable Box Storage Does Away With The Traditional Locker

Trackable Box Storage Does Away With The Traditional Locker
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Boxbee allows users to manage their boxes using a web interface and mobile app, and retrieve them when needed.

Emma Hutchings
  • 17 may 2013

Boxbee offers an alternative to traditional storage units, as it allows users to manage their boxes online and retrieve a box whenever they need one. The service is more convenient and cost-effective than renting out a whole unit.

The company, which operates in a 15-mile radius of San Francisco, brings boxes to your door, which you can then fill before scheduling a pickup. They are then collected and secured in storage with 24/hr surveillance.

Urban Storage System Lets Users Track Their Boxes Online

Users can take photos and write a short description to organize the items they have in each box, and Boxbee has an online interface and mobile app for keeping track of all the items stored. You can manage boxes so you know what items are inside which ones and also request more online.

The durable, stackable, waterproof boxes are 24″ long, 20″ tall and 12″ wide. There is one standard box size to make storage and pricing simple for customers. Storage is priced at $6/month per box and if you want to retrieve a box, deliveries are $15 plus $2 per box.

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