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Container Shops – Smart, Sustainable Solutions

Container shops are spacious and sustainable solutions that are perfect for new business and established businesses alike. We take a closer look in the following post.

What Can Container Shops Be Used For?

The possibilities are endless, and the units are commonly used to sell all manner of items – including wet and dry goods. We offer custom fabrication options to ensure that your container suits your exact requirements. In addition to creating shops and cafes, we have converted containers into classrooms and holiday pods.

Can a Container Shop Be Relocated?


We generally use containers that are 20 feet by 40 feet. These are extremely robust and secure units; however, containers are essentially freestanding objects so should they need to be moved, this is perfectly possible.

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Can You Prepare Food in a Container Shop?

As mentioned above, we offer custom options that allow you to create a container to suit your exact requirements. What’s more, we can fit the units out with all the equipment you need to succeed in your line of business – this includes equipment for food preparation.

What Is the Conversion Process at AJC for a Container Shop?

  • First, we will confirm with you the space available as well as any potential access restrictions that there may be. Then, working with you, we will identify your exact requirements for the project, including any special considerations or interior equipment that may be required.
  • Our highly adept design team will then create a realistic CAD image that will give you a clear idea of what the finished project will look like and, once a working design has been created, we will create detailed manufacturing drawings before starting manufacturing
  • Upon completing fabrication, we will talk to you about external paintwork and branding options, before applying the finishing touches and completing handover.

Container Shops – Find Out More

Click the following link to find out more about container shops or for more information on welfare cabins, click here.

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