RAKEZ unveils 1st-of-its-kind self-storage facility in Ras Al Khaimah

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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RAKEZ launches self-storage units
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Ras Al Khaimah Economic Zone (RAKEZ) has launched self-storage units at Al Hamra Industrial Zone, providing a practical and cost-effective solution for residents to manage their extra belongings.

The RAKEZ self-storage facility is the first of its kind in Ras Al Khaimah conveniently located in Al Hamra, making it easily accessible for all.

The storage units are 5 m2 in size and 15 m3 in capacity, fully secured with 24×7 CCTV surveillance and security guards, climate-controlled, and available on flexible rental terms starting at $108 (AED 400) per month.

RAKEZ Group CEO Mr. Ramy Jallad noted that, “With a population of around 400,000, many residents are frequently on the move, whether it is due to renovations or expansions. Having access to a secure and reliable storage facility can provide peace of mind and flexibility for these individuals.”

“We are very happy to offer our flagship storage solution to Ras Al Khaimah community members, which is perfect for those in need of additional storage spaces, where they can store their belongings for flexible periods,” Mr. Jallad added.

The launch of RAKEZ’s self-storage units is a significant step towards addressing the storage needs of the community. Self-storage units play a crucial role in meeting the needs of residents in Ras Al Khaimah.

Many people in the UAE face the challenge of limited storage space in their homes and offices, which can make it difficult for them to manage their belongings efficiently. Self-storage units are not only a practical solution but also offer a more minimalist and clutter-free way of living.

“This also helps simplify one’s lifestyle by freeing up valuable space in their homes, allowing them to store seasonal items and equipment conveniently,” as per the statement.

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