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Things to Consider Before Using a Shipping Container for a Project

If you are in the process of starting a new green construction project, it may be tempting to use sustainable retired shipping containers. In the past, these retired containers would become a storage container, but now with new innovative techniques being used in the construction world, using the containers as part of a construction project is becoming a trend. Before you decide to take this…

Market Your Business by Branding Your Portable Office

 

Find something unique about yourself or your business and exploit it to your benefit. Everybody has heard that one. But if for whatever reason you have found yourself in the position of using a portable shipping container as an office, why not use that as a unique selling position for your business brand?

In the last few years, shipping containers have gained a wide ranging…

The Life Of A Shipping Container Infographic

Everyone has driven by stacks of humble shipping containers without thinking about how those boxes not only revolutionized the shipping industry, but also keep everything from household products to consumer electronics and our food affordable. Even those who understand the vital role of shipping containers in contemporary business likely fail to envision a shipping container as a sensible,…

Keep it Simple Use Portable Storage Units for Moving

Keep it Simple Use Portable Storage Units for Moving
Moving can be a hassle, especially if you’re moving long distances. The cost of hiring movers or renting a truck and paying for gas mileage can also be expensive. Because of this, moving using mobile storage units has become more popular. Mobile storage units give you more time to load and unload, and you don’t have to move the contents of t…

Smart Storage Tips for Seasonal Holiday Items

Holiday decorating brings smiles to many faces. The big autumn wreath, the twinkling Christmas lights, and the New Year’s Eve disco ball hold pride of place for their respective holidays, but once January rolls around, then what? Do you just shove all of those decorations in a closet and hope you’ll remember where they are? What about your snow shovel, snow mobile, and other winter equipment?