There are so many ways that shipping containers can be useful. Storage, modification work, just to name a few. They can be used to store literally anything in the world, it doesn’t matter what the product. The very versatile product that are shipping containers can also be any colour you want them to be.
Shipping containers are also the most secure metal container you can buy. The way a shipping container is structured and built, ensures that it will last a number of years without deterioration. The strength and build quality of a shipping container ensures that it will not be damaged easily and ensures the equipment or belongings that you are storing remain extra secure.
Another way to increase the security of your container is by adding a lock box. Shipping and storage containers are made from Corten steel, one of the toughest types of steel. All once shipped containers supplied by CliQ Container Trading come complete with a high security lock boxes, making it very difficult for thieves to break in.
One item a shipping container is perfect for is Fireworks…….. Remember, remember, the 5th of November! Fireworks night is fast approaching and there isn’t a better product out there to store your fireworks in. The strength, security and the stability of a container ensures that your fireworks will be stored safely, but also kept out of the way of the public eye which will prevent serious injuries. We stock a wide range of shipping containers that would be great to store your fireworks in. For the storage of fireworks, we would recommend choosing a container with rubber sealed doors, as this seal provides additional protection against water ingress. I would also suggest that you use Grafotherm when you are purchasing your containers, which we spray coat onto the interior ceiling of the container. This prevents heat loss, soaks up moisture in the air and speeds up drying.
All our containers also meet FPA (Fire Protection Association) regulations. These regulations state that fireworks must:
• Be kept in a dry storage place exclusively for that purpose and kept away from flammable materials, chemicals & other hazardous substances.
• Be kept in a suitable spark-proof container or a closed display cabinet, which prevent access to members of the public.
• No containers used for the storage of fireworks should be used for storing other goods.
If you are looking forward to bonfire night this year and you want to take part, please make sure you are safe when doing so and don’t get over excited when lighting up the sky.
Most importantly don’t just remember, remember, the 5th of November, remember, remember, your shipping container! You’ll then have a great place to store your fireworks.