Without question, one of the humanity’s biggest challenges today, is protecting our planet and helping to keep it healthy for generations to come. Climate change is a very real threat. Make no mistake about it, our climate is changing, and so too is our weather. Summers are becoming hotter, winters colder, and weather is becoming wilder. This is why companies are pledging to do their part to reduce their carbon footprint. Natural resources are running low, and space is becoming scarce for businesses large and small. This is why demand for Bruynzeel archive shelving systems and mobile archive shelving, is greater than ever. These archive shelving systems maximise floor space, helping businesses to reduce storage space by as much as 75%. Museums for example, are benefitting hugely as less space used for storage means more space for their displays. This in turn means energy usage will fall, helping museums, such as those specialising in natural history, to reduce their carbon footprint and keep energy costs low in the process.
Whether you’re looking for rolling archive shelves, mobile archive shelving, or the best archiving systems, Bruynzeel have you covered. We understand that different sub-collections and displays have different storage needs, but don’t worry, we’ve got your back. Regardless of whether you’re looking for dust protection, protection from direct sunlight, protection from temperature fluctuations, or protection from moisture and humidity, our storage systems can fit all your needs. One thing that really sets us apart, other than our wealth of experience worldwide, is our huge range of products. Whether you’re displaying fossils, ancient Roman coins, bones and remains, or anything else, our mobile archive storage systems will tick all your boxes, and plenty more besides.
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From rocks to insects, from fossils to birds, from mammals to seeds, natural history collections are often defined by their variety in size, weight and the material of the objects. How to efficiently store all of these whilst keeping every object safe and accessible? We’ll be happy to help you!
Naturalis Biodiversity Center, The Netherlands
"We need absolute top quality. Then you automatically end up with Bruynzeel." Naturalis chose drawers from Bruynzeel to show a large part of the collection to the public that is normally stored in a depot that is not publicly accessible.
Lapworth Museum of Geology, United Kingdom
The museum houses over 250,000 specimens as well as geological maps, equipment, models, photographs, zoological specimens and stone axes. It required a storage company with experience of creating open repositories accessible by the public.