A brand new, state-of-the-art 200,000 square feet indoor vehicle storage facility is nearing completion, situated just north of London at Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, 10 minutes’ drive Junction 24 on the M25. The new storage facility is an extension to the successful Studio434 storage facility and classic vehicle collection, which has been operating for the past 7 years under the ownership of Rodger Dudding.
The new warehouse has been designed to accommodate circa 400 classic and high value cars and motorcycles in an exceedingly secure, convenient and confidential location. Incidentally, 434/1 and 434/2 clients who store their cars with the company, have easy and convenient access to the facility by train, 22 minutes out of Kings Cross main line station to Potter Bar station where Studio434 staff will meet clients and transfer in only five minutes to the storage warehouse.
Investment in high value and collectable classic cars continues to grow in the UK, however, there is a shortage of modern, 24/7 high security storage facilities for vehicles of this type and that is what is being provided at Studio434/2 along with existing at Studio434/1. In addition to these class leading facilities, each location also has a team of highly experienced in-house engineers and experts capable of looking after cherished and high value vehicles. The company also has the facility, subject to owner’s approval, to make cars available for television or film shoots if of interest to owners. The company’s existing car collection is now in excess of 270 vehicles which are frequently featured in film/tv productions.
“We have identified the shortage, and need, for secure vehicle storage in the London area”, said Studio434 founder and owner, Rodger Dudding. “Hence the investment we are making in the new storage facility which will be available in part by September this year with completion scheduled for November 2016. Clients’ cars can be located at our facility discreetly with full vehicle covering. Alternatively they can be in display mode and set amongst our own vast collection dating from 1905 to the present day.”
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