1. Start by finding the space…

Whatever the space, be it already designed or simply chosen, in the end the boxes are going to occupy it in perfection, on a vertical plane “…like a book”, ensuring optimum storage and a rapid and efficient search.

2. Organise the space with the help of the planner…

Beforehand, to define the space for your “Vertical Box”, or afterwards, to select how many and which boxes are going to be placed in it, you can access the “Planner” feature on our website, which will enable you to make full use of the space.

3. There will be plenty, transparent and opaque, each one may be unique, mark them…

Once removed from its storage space the transparency of the box provides you with a quick view of its contents, when stored in a vertical position, for an easier search, and can be labeled if necessary.

4. Put the first box in position, then another and another until the first row is complete…

Chosen to store what you like most, the first box is placed in position and the first row is created. Then, and due to the number of objects we intend to store, one box only is not going to be enough. One after the other, their versatility enables you to continue to store the products selected.

5. If the space isn´t perfect, the boxes are perfect for the space. They are adaptable…

Getting towards the end of the first row and there isn´t enough space to insert another box. It wasn´t designed like that originally, there is surplus space and it needs to be occupied. Scaled to occupy the space remaining in the row, an “adjustable compensator” is inserted, duly trimmed on its four support points, using the “Calibrator” to ensure they are all the same.

6. Another row, the second…

After the first, the second row is created and without the assistance of a shelf, its boxes being unattached to those in the first row, to enable you to remove the box from the first row without those in the second row falling out. Let us start with a “fixed compensator” which will ensure the rows are set apart, then the boxes, and finally, as in the first row, an adjustable compensator.

7. Another row, the third…

Once the second row has been completed, the third is created with its boxes separate from the second row. We start with a box placed over the compensator of the second row, then more boxes, and, finally, as in every row, the adjustable compensator.

8. Then another row and so on until there is no more space…

After the third row, it is one row on top of the other, always unattached, the odd rows with the methodology used in the first row, and the even rows with the methodology used in the second row.

9. All you need to do now is to remove the box, insert the product, close it with a simple “Click” and store it…

Whatever the product, pliable or not, if it fits all you need to do is to store it, if it doesn´t fit and its pliable just fold it with the help of the “folder” accessory. The box springs serve to keep the products pliable in the position in which they were placed, such as t-shirts, for example.

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