Lateral file cabinets systems take up more space than vertical file systems. However, there are several advantages of using file systems side, including efficiency, accessibility and versatility that allows you to access your faster and easier than with vertical files.
Lateral file cabinets may contain more files vertical drawer cabinets. These systems typically have a higher storage capacity and are more balanced than vertical systems, allowing them to have more records without risk of tipping due to a heavy drawer overcrowding. Side cabinets are designed to easily accommodate both letter- and legal-size files, which mean you will not have different file systems for each type of document.
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Side cabinets have added advantage of letting you easily see all files in one drawer at a time, without having to flip through hundreds of files to reach one you need. These cabinets allow you to view all contents of drawer without pulling drawer completely, what works well in environments with limited space or a high volume of pedestrian traffic.
Lateral file cabinets let you organize your files in two different ways. Traditional use of side cabinets is to organize your entries on one side of box to other, but most side cabinets also come with attachments that allow you to present front to back using multiple rows per drawer. This versatility allows you to configure your files in a way that best suits your needs.