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Mobile Bars

Wednesday, 6th January 2010
Mobile bars are popular container conversions. These modified units are often used at festivals and outdoor events where conventional buildings are not available. Hospitality areas can be set up easily and a mobile bar serving drinks or food is a must at certain events. The steel structure of a shipping container provides security. Stocks of food and alcohol can have significant value and need to be locked away securely for storage. The steel sidewalls and high security doors and shutters provided with mobile bars are perfect for this. Serving hatches can be created by removing large sections of the sidewalls creating large apertures. Hinged canopies can also be prefabricated that open upwards providing cover from the weather and that close and lock for security and ease of transportation. Inside whole kitchens can be fitted or simply worktops, sinks and refrigeration units for keeping ice and those beverages at the perfect temperature for serving. The flooring can be covered in non slip rubber, which is also durable, waterproof and easy to clean. Lighting, heating and all the usual beer and beverage pumps can also be fitted inside. Externally the container can be clad in any number of materials if required or sprayed in any RAL colour. LCD screens, vinyl logos, lighting and visual displays are also something that look very effective on this type of container conversion when offering goods for sale.

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