Agile response to disruption
10 April 2020
If it’s not Brexit, it’s coronavirus. Disruption to the global supply chain is impacting UK businesses.
Aside from macro factors and global crises like coronavirus, the ability to create additional capacity that flexes with the needs of your business is essential for effective production and inventory management. Fortunately, operational agility and contingency planning is something that can be prepared for.
Aganto says: “Our temporary buildings are ideal for unexpected events and volatile markets in many respects. They are available for hire as well as purchase. Initial capital expenditure and financial commitment can be minimised.
“The buildings are fully relocatable, extendable and if purchased, they have a residual value if they are no longer required.
“The buildings are impressively fast and straightforward way to make full use of previously unused land. No groundworks are required as the aluminium profiles are anchored to any flat, reasonably level hardstanding. Depending on the size, most buildings can be erected with basic plant such as scissor lifts and telehandlers, with no need for large cranes.”
Buildings can be insulated for temperature sensitive applications, and the modular design allows construction to unlimited length in 5 metre sections and up to 30m clear span width.
The versatile structures are perfect for industrial use for enclosed workshops, loading bay canopies, or storage. They can be gutter linked together to increase overall width or linked to existing permanent buildings on site.
“Managing capacity and stockpiling doesn’t have to drastically cut into your bottom line. Aganto temporary buildings mitigate risk and avoid expensive and logistically complex off-site storage solutions.”