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Container Conversions Offer Bespoke Solutions

Tuesday, 7th July 2009
Custom shipping container conversions can provide solutions for a huge variety of applications. Shipping containers provide a strong, secure and easily transportable structure for any number of designs limited only by the clients imagination. The interior and exterior of the container can be clad in any number of materials for aesthetics. Add to this additional lighting, insulation, windows with steel shutters, high security personnel doors, air conditioning, roller shutters, the possibilities are endless. Many clients are now opting to remove 1 or both sides and to join containers together on-site making large open spaces, perfectly watertight and above all secure. Containers have been used recently in many large construction projects and have been converted into office blocks, hotels, portable accommodation, site cabins, exhibition stands, mobile bars, shops and display units. With crane mounted, self unloading delivery vehicles converted shipping containers are able to be positioned at client premises with ease. If needs be the modified container can then be picked up and taken from site to site with little disruption and quite often the unit can be moved and then set up ready to go in a very short period of time. Those clients with overseas projects also enjoy the flexibility a container can offer. A modified container could be on-site in the U.K one day and delivered to port for shipping abroad the next. Our modification and conversion team can ensure that a converted container is re-classified and certified for shipping as part of the project.


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