Month: March 2020

cargo doors for containers

MY CARGO DOORS WON’T SHUT – HELP!!

​If you’re struggling to close your newly delivered or loaded shipping container, the chances are the cargo doors have racked. This means that the doors aren’t aligned properly because the container isn’t sitting flat, or one end has dipped when it’s been loaded.  If your container doors wont shut, it’s likely that the base isn’t …

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40ft Used Container for Sale Internal with Grafo-Therm

SHIPPING CONTAINERS HELPING PREVENT THE SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS

Shipping containers are extremely versatile and robust structures which are easy to transport, site and stack making them perfect for use within healthcare. Now, many hospitals in the UK have been using accommodation and storage containers as isolation pods for people with suspected Coronavirus. Units have been sited outside of hospital accident and emergency departments …

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shipping container dimensions and sizes

WHAT SIZE CONTAINER IS THE BEST VALUE FOR MONEY?

We are asked regularly for a price of the smallest container we supply, as most people will assume less steel, less container, less money! But oddly, this isn’t the case. 20ft and 40ft long shipping containers in used condition, are the most common size of shipping container in the UK market. Shipping Containers are built …

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Modified Container with Roller Shutter side door fitted uk for sale [location] [region]

WOULD A ROLLER SHUTTER DOOR BE SUITABLE FOR MY CONTAINER CONVERSION?

​Roller shutter doors are an excellent option for shipping container access. They are strong, watertight and secure. The standard roller shutter doors we supply are made from galvanised steel which can be painted to any RAL colour or branded with company logos.  Our roller shutters are made to order and can be any height to …

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