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  • Portable Toilets, Concession Stands, and Guard Stations: Some Common Uses for 10-Foot Shipping Containers

    The 10-foot shipping container offers durability, versatility, and portability in various residential and commercial usage. They provide additional functional space, but their biggest advantage is that they are often used on a more temporary basis, which can be convenient for some purposes.
  • Move Over Art Deco: Shipping Container Architecture is Moving into Indianapolis

    In communities like Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Terre Haute, Bloomington, South Bend, and Muncie, private business owners, commercial developers, community organizations, and residents are choosing to use old shipping containers to anchor their building projects. They are attracted to these unconventional building materials because of their durability, security, and unique look.
  • Homes, Hotels and Hangouts: Shipping Container Trend Hits Twin Cities in Minnesota

    Homes, hotels, and hangouts. All of the these prove to be common uses for shipping containers in the Minneapolis and Twin Cities region. Residents and developers alike quickly embrace the most significant benefits shipping containers offer – durability, cost-effectiveness, customization, and unique architectural style.

  • 4 Reasons Why the Tourism Industry Should Explore Shipping Container Hotels

    The use of shipping containers has evolved. There are so many unique applications from storage to new homes, restaurants, offices, and more. So, as the tourism industry is shifting to shipping container hotels, there’s only one question: why?
  • Shipping Container Construction Projects Becoming Popular in Tampa Bay, Orlando Area

    Shipping container architecture is booming in Florida, specifically in the Tampa Bay area and the west-central part of the state. New projects are popping up all over the region, including Tampa Heights, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Bradenton, Orlando, Lakeland, Sarasota, Tarpon Springs, and Winter Haven.
  • 4 Ways Shipping Containers Are Used in the Construction Industry

    One trend that has been gaining steam in the construction industry is the use of shipping containers as mobile, versatile, and secure options for storage and other functional applications. This blog will highlight some of the most common ways construction companies are repurposing shipping containers in the field.
  • Northeastern Ohio Embracing Shipping Container Project Trends

    Residents, commercial developers, and non-profit organizations in the Cleveland, Akron, Canton, Youngstown, and Warren, Ohio, region are repurposing shipping containers for storage, housing, retail and environmental projects. This blog will highlight a few unique uses happening all around Northeastern Ohio.
  • It’s Fair Season! Shipping Container Venues are Trending for Outside Events

    One emerging trend for fair and event organizers is using old shipping containers as venues for their events. Shipping containers provide durable, secure, and functional advantages than more traditional options. In addition, they are easily customizable and cost-effective.
  • Shipping Containers Being Put to Good Use in Michigan

    Bordering four of the five Great Lakes and being known as the birthplace of the automobile industry, the state of Michigan is firmly rooted in the transportation industry. As a result, it’s not a big surprise that one of the staples of the shipping industry – shipping containers – is being put to good use in Michigan.
  • Shipping Container Life Cycle Gives It Quite a Story to Tell

    Shipping containers are built to last decades. When properly stored and maintained, they can withstand hundreds of trips by sea, rail, or roadway. Typically, a used shipping container can have a service life of at least 10-12 years in harsh environments like the sea and still be in good enough shape to be refurbished for many other purposes.
  • Shipping Container Applications Proving Versatile Across Pennsylvania

    Shipping container uses in Pennsylvania vary widely, partially because the state is so large and the landscape varies. There are big cities (Pittsburgh and Philadelphia), rural areas (Lancaster County), and areas bordering water (Erie). Shipping containers are being customized and refurbished for storage, mobile offices, entertainment venues, or even modular housing or cabins.

  • Shipping Containers Gaining Momentum in New England States

    From wide-open spaces in Maine and New Hampshire to the mountains in Upstate New York to city life in New Jersey and Massachusetts, the Northeastern part of the United States consists of a variety of industries, lifestyles, and pace. But what all these areas have in common is the need for cost-effective storage, commercial business and housing options. That's where shipping containers come in.