Mining and construction equipment is expensive (to the order of hundreds of thousands of dollars in some cases) and, like an expensive car, should be garaged and protected from the elements when it’s not in use. But how to do this in a remote mine site where a permanent warehouse is not required? Or a construction site where all equipment will eventually be removed? The answer? A shipping container shelter!
These impressively strong structures are the perfect solution to the challenge of protecting large pieces of equipment in a transient work site on a temporary basis. Or not so temporary – a shipping container shelter makes an excellent alternative to a permanent warehouse or shed, and at a considerably lower cost.
Whilst container shelters are mostly commonly used in big industry like mining, construction, energy and agriculture, they can be used for any outfit that requires goods to be sheltered from the elements. Nurseries, wineries, car yards, farms, studs….anywhere that large scale protection is required can benefit from a shipping container shelter.
Easily shipped in and constructed (no building permit required), easily dismantled and shipped out, shipping containers can protect from rain and frost, sun and heat, wind and dust, can be transferred from site to site or different areas on a property, and, when used with shipping containers as a base, provide a dual purpose of shelter and storage at the same time.