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WHAT COLOURS DO SHIPPING CONTAINERS COME IN?

New shipping containers tend to be available in various shades of blue and green in the UK. However, from time to time, other coloured units such as grey, black, red and white, can enter the UK market, although this is very rare.

Used containers however tend to be a wide range of colours, most commonly, Brown, blue, yellow and red. Both new and used containers can be repainted to any colour, to suit your requirements. 3J Services offer a mobile painting service so that your container (s) can be painted anywhere in the UK. Alternatively, we are able to paint containers before they leave our nationwide depots.

A number of other services are available to decorate your container, we can spray paint, graffiti, wrap, decal or sign write your container, the options are endless and this kind of modification can look extremely effective for a branding or marketing opportunity.

To discuss your needs further, please call us on 0330 100 5469.

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