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LM-store is a locker concept for the safe and secure storage of (personal) property.
For years, we have been seeing that the amount of paper in the office is decreasing. Documents are stored digitally, permanent workplaces are transformed into flexible spaces and with all this working from home, even the most hardcore ‘Binder Addict’ has become digitised. It is in this changing office environment that we see an enormous increase in the demand for lockers. After all, employees still need a place where they can safely store their personal belongings.
Interested? Watch the video to learn more about our collection of lockers.
Our metal lockers are constructed from separate modular locker compartments in various sizes. They can be stacked and linked together so that we can always create a customised locker wall.
Our metal locker cabinet is very stable and vandal-proof, which is why they are often used in areas with less supervision, such as in locker rooms or schools. Various hospitals, distribution centres and fire stations are already furnished with our lockers.
“What’s not there, can’t be removed”. That is why all unnecessary elements of these lockers have been removed. The skirting boards and the roof are an integral part of the construction and cannot be removed without tools. Each locker arrangement is equipped with a side wall on the left and right so that all connection holes and cabling are no longer visible.
However, a locker is only a locker when it can be locked. Our locker system is suitable for various locking systems such as electronic number locks, a simple key or a complete locker management system.
LM-store is also available in a wooden version; L-store.
LM-store and L-store are developed in cooperation with De Lockerfabriek. They are the leading specialist in locker solutions and also a member of the Fair Furniture Group. Our locker cabinets are produced entirely in our own factories. We have many years of very extensive experience with locker cabinets and other custom-made furniture.
Materials – cabinet body, doors and top
For the complete specifications of LM-store: see product sheet under “Documents”
LM-store is designed, developed and made in Holland.
Made in Holland: Vepa distinguishes itself by producing everything in its own facilities in the Netherlands. Our own wood, sheet steel, tubular steel, powder coating, wood spray, upholstery and final assembly departments form a complete production circle within a single company. By producing close to the sales market we keep distances small and CO2 emissions minimal.
LCA: By using independent LCAs (life cycle analysis) we reveal the environmental impact of a product. In product development we can greatly improve later designs by carrying out an LCA in the initial phase. In addition, an LCA also provides insight into the main factors responsible for the environmental damage. We then use these factors as starting points for redesign or as focal points for improvement. The LCAs are carried out in accordance with ISO 14044.
FSC® and PEFC™: Vepa only uses certified wood. The FSC® and PEFC™ labels stand for responsible and sustainable forest management. Responsible forest management meets three criteria: it takes account of the environment, respects social aspects (such as the rights of local communities and forest workers) and is economically viable. Moreover, wood is the number one bio-based resource by nature.
TPAC (Timber Procurement Assessment Committee): Timber to be supplied or timber processed in products to be supplied must comply with the Dutch Procurement Criteria for Timber according to the Socially Responsible Procurement criteria. FSC® and PEFC™ are both systems that have been approved by the Dutch state secretary.
SRP criteria: Vepa complies with the SRP criteria drawn up by the central government. The national criteria for socially responsible procurement (SRP) for office furniture are available via the SRP criteria tool (https://www.mvicriteria.nl/en/webtool).