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self-storage in Hanoi ?

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StevenVD
9/4/2018 04:20 EST

Hi All, does anyone know of any self-storage or mini storage company in Hanoi? I am looking for a place to temporarily store some stuff (some furniture, lots of books, two bikes, etc.). We'll have to vacate our flat for two months and urgently need a place starting mid-September! Thanks and cheers, Steven

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MarkinNam
9/5/2018 03:37 EST

do you have friends who may be able to use/ store while ur gone?

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PeterKloppmann
9/28/2018 04:12 EST

There is a new company offering self-storage in Hanoi I think.. see ! My friend signed up for their pre-launch offer or something..

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StevenVD
9/28/2018 04:21 EST

Thanks Markin. That's not really an option, as it's too much stuff and some personal items I don't want to give to anymore. An actual mini storage facility (like the one I have been using back in Holland would be great. I will keep on looking, maybe need to search more in Vietnamese (which I don't speak).

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