Before purchasing a modified shipping container, it’s important to understand the costs, benefits, and limitations of conex containers compared to traditional modular structures. So Falcon created a 30-minute webinar and comprehensive guide to help you make an informed decision.Read More
All around the world, modified shipping containers are enjoying a wave of positive press. If you’re curious about how these containers are being used or wondering if your unique business challenge could be solved by using a conex container, you’re in the right place. And while the applications for shipping containers seem endless, most fall into four top usage categories: storage, workspace, living space and industrial applications.Read More
If repurposed shipping containers are on your radar as an alternative to stick-built business structures, you’ve probably seen some of the cool assets today’s companies are creating. In restaurants and retail, major brands are using containers as drive-thru stores. In hospitality, gorgeous pop-up hotels now bring affordable lodging to big cities. And in high-tech industries, containers are filling critical roles as mobile laboratories, IT rooms, sensitive equipment storage, and more.Read More
Modern shipping container housing is one of the most ecologically and economically friendly forms of housing available. However, efficient and green doesn't have to mean drab; your shipping container housing can be as interesting and cutting-edge as you'd like it to be.
In many industries, it's important for items to be easily transportable and effectively stored. From the oil and mining industries to the agricultural business, it's often necessary to move large amounts of stored items because of issues like seasonal or permanent changes. However, most storage solutions are not very portable, potentially requiring site managers to create semi-permanent storage spaces at numerous locations.
Conex boxes make very useful portable storage containers for a wide variety of items. Repurposed shipping containers were originally used for trans-ocean transport, meaning that they are designed to fit traditional trailers and transport equipment. Storage containers can be delivered, removed, or relocated to even the most remote locations with ease.
When you use shipping container buildings, you may want entrance options that go beyond standard doorways. Personnel doors can provide a secure way for personnel to enter and exit the building, while roll-up doors can be a great choice if you often bring large equipment into your storage container. In larger containers, having two entrances can be useful because they make it easier to access items in all parts of the container. Extra doors are one of the most popular modification options for storage containers.