Co-warehousing company Saltbox is considering expanding its Seattle presence, just weeks after opening its 30,000 square foot location in the city’s Sodo neighborhood.
According to CEO Tyler Scriven, Saltbox is looking to grow its current space to 60,000 square feet by the end of this year or early next year.
“That’s an effort that’s underway now, and we expect to continue to grow in Seattle beyond that,” said Scriven. “That initial expansion will be an expansion of the immediate space within that location. Future locations you should expect will be in other parts of town.”
Saltbox aims to provide more physical services for small businesses, such as a flexible warehouse and coworking spaces, compared to the offerings that e-commerce companies like Shopify do for the digital sphere.
Additionally, Saltbox members have access to loading docks, logistics equipment and photo studios.
“There’s no market we’re not eyeing,” said Scriven. “I think it’s really just a matter of capacity and speed for us at this point.”