New stock available
Demand for shipping containers remains high and we are on track for a record year. There has been a shortage of 20ft shipping containers recently within the industry, but we are pleased to confirm that we have new batches of both 20ft and 40ft containers available throughout the UK, ready for immediate delivery.
If you are looking for something a little cheaper, we have also just brought in a large batch of used ex-hire lower grade shipping containers at our Darlington site in County Durham. Sizes range from 10ft up to 30ft. These start from just £675.00+VAT, plus delivery. Viewing is recommended with these particular units.
If you would like a quotation on anything please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0844 561 7975.
One customer has recently taken delivery of two of the aforementioned new 20ft containers and was delighted with his purchase: “Just to let you know our two 20ft containers arrived at 8:00am this morning and once again we are delighted with the containers, delivery, price and service that you were able to give us."
The Library of Things
One of the most interesting projects that we have worked on recently has been the Library of Things. A not-for-profit company, the Library of Things is a London-based social enterprise that offers a place for members of the public to visit and borrow useful items, and also in some cases, learn how to use them. Earlier this year, we supplied two 20ft shipping containers to the team behind the library. The first was a standard unit, but we adapted the second with apertures for windows and internal timber batons and insulation. After delivery, electrics and ply boards were fitted to complete the work and create the space within which the Library of Things could be brought to life and opened to the public.
The Library of Things celebrated six successful months of operation on 10th December and we are delighted to have played a role in making this great initiative happen. You can read more about the library here and it has featured in some high profile national media coverage, such as the Guardian article here and the short BBC local TV report here.