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  • 08
    Sep

    Converting Shipping Containers into a Tiny House

    The Tiny House makes the American Dream of home ownership still possible. According to the National Association of Realtors, the median price for a single-family home is $403,800. Meanwhile, Property Management documents that the Tiny House costs less than one-fifth of traditional housing. In addition, utilities are more affordable – and consumption is...

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  • 08
    Aug

    Airbnb for Retail: “Housing” for Inventory in Shipping Containers

    Airbnb – which facilitates hoteling in homes – revolutionized the lodging industry. Costs immediately came down. A version of that could reset how retailers do business. That is taking the form of “housing” excess merchandise inventory in low-cost shipping containers. Then when a decision is made about the merchandise...

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  • 01
    Jul

    THE RESTROOM: Business Had To Think Differently

    What was once simply thought of as the “restroom” has evolved into a facility business has to strategically plan, design, maintain, and upgrade. Research by Bobrick found that the majority of facility professionals currently designate restrooms as their second biggest priority and that they are “extremely important” to clients...

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  • 21
    Jun

    Warehouses Go Mobile With Shipping Containers

    The warehouse had once been a lowly stand-alone stationary storage facility. It got no respect. That was in the days before “normal” ended in business. And no one expects “normal” to return again, at least not to business. The Warehouse Has Become Central Hub of Business Now business recognizes...

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  • 01
    May

    Construction Industry’s Love Affair with Shipping Containers: And The Romance Spread …

    In the 1980s, the US construction industry made a remarkable discovery. That helped it to grow to where it is today. According to the Construction Association, currently it employs 7.6 million and annually creates structures valued at $1. 7 trillion. Shipping Container as Swiss Knife So what was that...

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  • 04
    Apr

    Your Self-Storage Startup with Shipping Containers: The Must-Knows

    “Michael, how can I start up a self-storage business using your shipping containers?” Increasingly, we at SteelStored get that question. In this article we will brief you on the absolute must-knows and how we help you in every phase of your startup. Self-storage Industry It makes good business sense...

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  • 01
    Mar

    Materials, Innovation, Customer Service, and Affordability: SteelStored Leads in the Northeast and New England

    The SteelStored Story In the $50 billion shipping contain industry we at SteelStored are a documented leader in materials, innovation, customer service, and affordability. We are proud and honored that our brand is prominent in Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Vermont. That...

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  • 01
    Feb

    Reimagining Shipping Containers as The Garage

    A house without a garage leaves the American Dream incomplete. But for most current homeowners adding on a garage has become financially and logistically difficult. The Associated General Contractors of America attributes that to soaring materials costs, supply chain systems in gridlock, and project delays as the new normal....

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  • 01
    Jan

    Shipping Containers: The Materials

    “What are these shipping containers made of?”  That is the question we at SteelSTORED are being asked frequently. That is because more and more businesses and individuals are exploring repurposing shipping containers into houses, garages, aboveground swimming pools, pop-up stores, corporate headquarters, art studios, and storage facilities. Specifically they...

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  • 10
    Dec

    Shipping Containers – 8 Reasons Why They Still Make Perfect Sense After 65 Years

    When Malcom McLean invented the shipping container in 1956, the concept made so much obvious sense that it was adopted rather quickly. Today, according to the International Maritime Organization (ISO), there are 34,000,000 of the containers around the world. Statista documents that about $14 billion of the global economy’s...

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