Our Process/History


We are extremely proud of our Business Management System (BMS) which covers quality and environmental and health and safety processes, designed to meet the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 (Quality) ISO 14001:2015 (Environment) and ISO 45001:2018 (Health and Safety) or any other standard in line with Annex SL Structure.


Whether you are a private individual needing a single storage container or a multinational requiring multiple units for a range of uses, we are committed to operating to the highest professional standards, with national and international accreditations, systems and policies in place to help our people, customers and suppliers.


Drawing upon years of industry knowledge and expertise, we are committed to delivering top quality products at competitive prices. In addition to shipping containers and container conversions we have expanded our range of products to include flat pack storage containers, portable offices and toilet blocks. Whatever container product you are searching for, we deliver quality.


Just ask our clients! We’ve provided shipping container services to Ausgrid, Caltex, BHP Billiton, Boral, the Australian Federal Police, Bechtel, Centennial Coal, Coates, Coca Cola, ABI Group, Crowne Plaza, Daracon, Downer EDI, Myer, Newcastle Knights, Origin Energy, and Qantas.


Why shipping containers are popular

Shipping containers are popular due to their many uses. They are secure, robust, and can be stacked on top of each other, making them perfect for transport and storage. They can be delivered, moved, and removed as needed, so many people use them for other purposes as well. They’re great for farms to store equipment, offices to store supplies, and can even be used for accommodation or business fronts.

Why buy a shipping container?

In terms of traditional storage, a shipping container is relatively cheap. This is a mobile and cost effective alternative to other ways of purchasing additional space. And, if you have goods to transport, buying or hiring a container is the number one solution.

Which shipping container should I get?

Which shipping container you should get will depend on your needs. There are dozens of containers to choose from, and tons of different types. For general storage, all you’ll need is a general purpose container, but if you have chilled goods, you may need a refrigerated container. There are many other options, including modifications.

Where to store a shipping container

You can store a shipping container at your site or on your property if desired. Otherwise, there are container yards that will store them for you. They can be secured with a padlock, or a lockbox can be installed for extra security.

What are shipping container dimensions?

Dimensions refer to the length and height of a container, as well as the dimensions of its doors. There are inside dimensions and outside dimensions, normally done in feet, as well as standard millimeter dimensions.

What's a shipping container cost?

The cost of a shipping container will depend on the market, and what the current demand is like. Prices will also depend on grade, with used containers generally starting at $1600 to $1800, cargo worthy containers around $2000, and refurbished from around $2500 to $3000.

Can shipping containers burn?

The floor of a shipping container is marine-grade plywood, while the outside structure is marine-grade steel. This means that in the event of a fire, the integrity of the structure will be ok, but interior damage can be expected.

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