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MarkSindone
Member Since: July 13, 2018
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Having been studying for what seems like a super long time, an ambitious man has got to find something else to occupy his time right? That's what Mark Sindone is doing right now with his latest list of things to do!

 

Besides completing a Commerce degree with the University of Sydney, he's now embarking on his 2nd degree in Law with another 2 more years to go. At the same time, he's recently engaged as well and with his long-time girlfriend of 5 years, they are planning a spring wedding which is definitely filling up their social calendar like never a time before in their lives.

 

And as if there wasn't enough going on in his personal life, Mark is also currently the manager of the Sydney Inner West Suburbs outlet of the widely successful Super Easy Storage chain in Australia. Starting his franchise a little over 2 years ago, he has since been able to boost the number of customers that his outlet services to over 800 people!

 

With Super Easy Storage, Mark enjoys the challenge of managing Super Easy Storage Inner West. Having 3 time for sending out their transport vehicles slots (7 to 8 AM, 9 AM to 12 noon and 12 noon to 4 PM), the first order of the day is to organise the schedule for the trucks and the mobile storage units in the warehouse so that they can get ready to move out to all the clients.

 

At the same time, there are 2 different plans that clients can take advantage of when looking for the storage solution that fits their needs. With the basic Standard plan, Super Easy Storage will help you take care of all the transport issues and bring your mobile storage unit to your location. You just need to have your items all packed up and loaded into the storage unit and our specialists will swing right back and ferry everything back to our storage warehouses.

 

With the premium plan, we assign you 2 AFRA (Australia Furniture and Removers Association) certified specialists to help you with any of your packing and loading needs as you require on moving day. They have lots of experience in moving and transportation and are perfectly equipped with the skills to help you manage your items and get them organized both externally and internally within the storage container!

 

Meanwhile there's still a lot of things going on at the Inner West outlet. Mark is still managing the phones and customer enquiries. With all the good will and good service that we're bringing into the self-storage industry, we keep getting enquiries for what exactly we can do for our customers. Our dedicated staff handling our hotlines are trained to be able to advise you exactly what you need and not only that, but to help you find a quote for storage solutions that's tailored just for you!



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