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Container Shelving Comes In Handy

Tuesday, 4th August 2009
Fitting shelving inside a shipping container is a relatively easy modification. The number of shelves per side can be specified and the strength of the container racking is also optional. If you are only intending to store a few tools or small boxes of parts then lightweight racking will provide a cost saving. However if the shelving is to be used for more bulky goods such as archive boxes or large machinery then it would be advisable to opt for more heavy duty racking. In either case the safe working load for each type can be specified. Once shelving has been fitted the container then becomes a much more versatile storeroom. Rather than having everything cluttered and piled up on the floor your goods can be sorted and organised making picking an easier task. Many archive storage companies use containers racked out with shelving, the width of each shelf usually fits a standard size archive box perfectly. Once racked out each side the centre isle leaves plenty of space for removing or adding boxes. If you need to use part of your container to store larger goods on ground level then perhaps a few shelves at one end or side could be fitted.


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