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Mobile Mini opens new headquarters in Phoenix

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Mobile Mini opens new headquarters in east Phoenix. Mobile Mini CFO Mark Funk, Councilwoman Kate Gallego, Mobile Mini CEO Erik Olsson, Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and Mobile Mini Senior Vice President Chris Miner take part in the ribbon-cutting. Photo by: George Tenney

Mobile Mini has made its headquarters a 55,000-square-foot office in east Phoenix, the company announced in a press release.

Their new space, at 4646 E. Van Buren Street, Suite #400, consolidates Mobile Mini’s corporate and sales facilities. The location will be home to more than 300 employees including the executive team, national sales center, customer support, finance, and accounting.

Mobile Mini rents portable storage, office containers and specialty containment products to multiple industries.

On Monday, the company held a ribbon cutting with Mayor Greg Stanton, City Councilwoman Kate Gallego and President and CEO Erik Olsson.

Mobile Mini reported total revenue of $445 million last year, the press release said.

“The Valley is our home. We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to grow our presence in a place that understands the importance of being business friendly and a city that welcomes home-grown companies with open arms,” Olsson said in a statement. “The success we’ve experienced can be attributed to the terrific talent pool that the Valley has offered us. We expect that this great new office space will be our home for a long time and allow us to continue our growth as the world’s leader in secure storage solutions.”

Founded in 1983 in Phoenix, the company serves customers throughout North America and the United Kingdom from 160 locations.

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