• 11660 Mitchell Rd., Richmond, BC, Canada V6V 1T7
  • +1 800-561-9530

Certified

Alberta Part 10

Leading Manufacturer

Of Modular Buildings

Leading Supplier

Of Shipping Containers

Popular Options & Accessories

Options

Below lists some examples of options & accessories that we can add to basic or unique-size containers. Other options & accessories are also available on request. For more complex modifications, please see our custom manufacturing page. To get a cost estimate, submit a quick quote request today and we will reply as soon as we can.

3’0” x 6’8” Single or 3’0″ x 6’8″ Double Insulated Steel man door

These doors help to maintain comfortable temperatures, allow for easy access to the container, and are very durable. Man doors are installed with reinforced frames, drip rail, threshold, door closure and automotive style rubber seals.

Security lockbox and/or keyed entry are available, as well as panic bar for emergency exists.

Man door with lockbox and keyded entry - Shipping Containers

Roll-up doors are installed with reinforced frame and a latch set. These doors are functional and practical for residential and industrial use since they allow for access to the container. They roll into a spool which is placed under container roof. Available sizes are 6’7″, 8′, 10′ and 16′ wide. Clearance under roll up doors can be increased by upgrading standard height container to high cube.

20' Container with 2 roll up doors, exterior with doors closed

Vents or Louvers are used for various applications where airflow is required to eliminate hazardous fumes, reduce condensation or release pressure. Available in various sizes with optional weather hoods and bar guards.

Windows

Our standard window is 3′ x 4′.

Optional 4x3 window, includes welded frame & bugscreen

1” to 3” spray foam on ceiling, walls and/or undercarriage

We use closed cell polyurethane spray foam to insulate containers. It helps to control temperature inside heated containers. Spray foam is often added to container roof to prevent condensation issues in non-heated containers used for storage

Spray foam on ceiling, walls and undercarriage on a container

Liner package

Liner packages come with spray foam or Batt insulation. We usually line interior with G1S plywood which can be painted. Plywood liners are often used for office, lunchroom and workshop spaces which do not have to meet any engineering codes or regulations.

 

Basic enamel paint

Our standard paint is Hempel Hi-Build enamel. This is a high quality paint from a world wide manufacturer.
We also have 2 part paint and special coatings available. Please contact us for more information or to share your paint specifications.

Containers showcasing various colored paint options

Electrical options

We have a variety of electrical options to fit your needs:

  • Fluorescent lighting (4′ or 8′)
  • LED lighting
  • Exterior container lighting
  • Heaters & A/C units
  • Trailer Boxes
  • Electrical panels with breakers
  • Duplex outlets & switches
  • Exhaust fans

We can also accommodate specialized electrical setups for unique projects. Contact our sales staff for more information.

Fluorescent lighting option
Accessories

These lockboxes protect your padlock from the weather and the threat of bolt cutters. Our lockboxes can accept most standard padlocks with 1 inch shackle or similar.

Container door lock box

Container padlock hasp

Single man door lock box

Optional lockbox installed on man door for container security.

Twist locks allow the connection of two containers vertically.

Individual twist lock.
Twist lock shown joining stacked containers.

Containers have steel lashing rings regularly spaced along the interior walls so cargo can be tied down.  Our versatile and easy to install vertical shelving brackets simply hook into these existing rings.  They are perfect for organizing the container and holding items of value that are being stored.

Each bracket is over 5 feet tall and is designed to support 3 levels of wooden shelves. Options include complete shelving sets with ¾’’ plywood or brackets only.  A bracket must be placed every 4 feet, up to a maximum of 5 brackets on one side of a 20’ container, or 10 brackets on one side of a 40’ container.

Optional Shelving brackets shown installed in container.
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