With a surplus of both new and used shipping containers in North America, it seems like using one as a storage unit would be a great option. Shipping containers in general have been growing in popularity in recent years, for a multitude of uses. And why wouldn’t they be great for portable storage? They are rugged, and secure and you can move them around from place to place, right? Seems ideal. And, while they are not free, it is possible to find great deals.
Portable Storage Containers are used to provide temporary storage for businesses, often in the construction or manufacturing industries. The containers are typically steel structures that follow International Organization for Standardization (or ISO) specifications. The portable storage containers can be used to store goods, secure large tools and materials on job sites, and they can be converted for use as mobile offices.
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Electric-powered walk-in coolers and freezers have a lower operational cost than diesel-fueled units and create less noise and air pollution.
At SiteBox Storage, we focus on a few uses for our products, namely as mobile offices and secure portable storage, both used largely on construction sites, and other temporary works sites, but which have potential for a wide variety of uses across a number of industries. We even have units that allow the user to combine office and storage in one.
A Conex box is a large steel structure, designed for the transport and storage of goods. Thanks to the International Organization for Standardization, or ISO, they have universal specifications that allow them to be transported by rail, truck or ship. Recent years have seen a rising use of these boxes for portable storage on construction or other job sites, as a tool box to keep large job site tools secure, or even decked out with windows and internal walls and used as temporary office space.