I started OutBack Storage® in 2004 with a small rental fleet of storage containers in Westerly, RI. The growth in real estate, construction, and the overall economy in the three years following fueled our growth propelling us to become a leader in the portable storage industry in Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts.
In 2007, OutBack Storage® acquired the inventory of a competitive storage container business in Connecticut, adding containers and another delivery truck to our fleet, further increasing our footprint in the Connecticut market.
In 2009, we purchased a facility to accommodate our growing company. This location included a large office, over an acre of paved ground to store containers and easy access to major highways.
In 2010, we saw the enormous potential of shipping container modifications and began offering the installation of windows, doors, lock boxes, and vents in shipping containers.
In 2014, we had grown out of our facility and bought a larger facility. Our current location still has easy access to major highways but includes a 10,000 square foot building to work on containers and over 6 acres for containers. Our ability to refurbish, modify, and fix containers faster and easier allows us to serve our customers better at our new facility.
I feel that we have successfully grown OutBack Storage® because of our consistent attention to our customers’ needs and by providing the best personalized service in the storage container industry.
My philosophy is simple:
Born and raised in Rhode Island, our family and our employees are invested in our community. We are members of both the Ocean Community Chamber of Commerce and the Charlestown Chamber of Commerce where we are a long-time sponsor of the Charlestown Seafood Festival and where our owner volunteers each year.
An avid cyclist, our owner, Keith, served as assistant coach of the local Burlingame Badgers Middle and High School Cycling teams for many years, and we have supported the team with the donation of the team tents.
Keep in mind that we back into the spot that the container will go, slide the container back, then pull out from under it.