Organization in any office is very important. If you don’t have an organized workspace, you’re simply not going to be productive. Lately, I’ve begun to utilize my cubicle walls to store office items. An example of this is a wall-hanging storage item called a Fellowes Partition Additions Letter Tray seen above. I also purchased a Fellowes cubicle shelf which is another great addition to my cubicle. These are two of my favorite cubicle accessories since they allow me to move items off of my desk and onto my cubicle walls for storage.
This hanging letter tray is not as wide as the cubicle shelf that I wrote about in this article but it juts out from the wall 9 ¼” and has a width of 12 ½”. It is perfect for hot items that need your immediate attention. I keep file folders associated with my latest project on this tray as well as any letters or correspondence that I need to address in the near future. I also like to keep smaller office items such as a container of disinfecting wipes and hand sanitizer on this out-of-the-way surface. Hanging letter trays are great for moving items off of your desktop which opens up your working area for just that – work!
Assembling and Hanging the Fellowes Partition Additions Letter Tray
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This Fellowes Partition Additions Letter Tray was so easy to assemble and mount on my cubicle wall. It took me about 10 minutes total to complete the process!
Features of the Fellowes Partition Additions Letter Tray
- Width: 12 1/2″; Depth: 9 1/4″
- Weight: 15.7 ounces, Color: Dark graphite
- This unique letter tray features stainless steel points that mount on any cubicle tackable partition.
- The letter tray is sturdy enough to hold multiple office items if desired.
- Unique letter tray allows you to remove items from your desktop eliminating clutter.
If you care about office organization, you should really consider using the walls of your cubicle for storing office items. This Fellowes hanging letter tray is one of those cubicle shelves that will make a difference in your office organization. Your cubicle doesn’t have to be a poor working environment. You can make it an organized working space to productively spend each and every working day!
Bob has been blogging for over 20 years and has been an office and cubicle dweller for more than 35 years. He has been featured in numerous online publications such as US News and World Report, Bustle, and Work Awesome (you can read his articles here). He created the popular office website CubicleBliss in January 2011 and rebranded it as WorkspaceBliss in April 2020.
In the office he’s been an IT Manager, Applications Engineer, Systems Analyst, Software Project leader, and Programmer Analyst in his long career. He’s a Certified Microsoft Professional and possesses a Masters of Science degree and two Bachelor of Science degrees, one of those in Informational Technology.
During his career he has worked in the office full-time, as a hybrid remote worker, and has worked from home permanently.