Mark Pryor's Containers and More Blog

Mark blogs on a range of topics related to shipping containers, container conversions and interesting cargotecture projects from around the world. Mark is based in Suffolk, UK.

Mark Pryor is a Director at Containers and More.  Mark has been working with shipping containers since 1999, and knows everything there is to know about shipping containers ... so ask away!  Go on, we dare you!

Biomass boiler house and pellet storage room created from shipping containers

Biomass boiler house and pellet storage room created from shipping containers

Biomass boilers are becoming very popular with the shift toward sustainable energy sources - and shipping containers are a popular way of housing both the boiler and a store room to facilitate safe, dry storage of pellets used in the boiler.

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What's this?

What's this?

Sometimes we come across some interesting views .... any ideas what this photo might be?  Answer in the comments below!

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Interesting feature on how shipping containers are made

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Industry news + schools + surely not?

A busy friend thought we'd like see this. How Shipping Containers are Made
core77 We do not underestimate interest in containers.

Having said that we do wondrous things with them and will keep bringing to your attention examples of our efforts to spread sweetness and light in this area, for example doing this to some, for a primary school:

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Secure Storage for washing products!

Secure Storage for washing products!

In this case very secure storage! This 20ft container conversion was modified with location points for railings around the top of the container. The box section forming the railing posts were transported inside the container for fitting on site. Once delivered and offloaded to the customer, the railings were fitted as uprights all round the roof and connected with razor wire.

The store is being used for laundry and washing products. The nearby residents, while encouraged to wash, are prevented from free access.

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