There are few things in life more satisfying than seeing your house go from chaos to order, but first, you’re going to need a few tools.
Tiny living has really taken off over the past few years, as people perfect the art of downscaling with expertly and beautifully designed micro-homes.
It’s a luxury hotel, in the middle of a vineyard next to an old oak tree. It’s also made entirely from shipping containers.
Shipping containers can be used in a number of imaginative ways, some of which you’ve probably never considered.
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Congrats – your business is off the ground, killing the competition, and has the potential to go global. Now what?
The old saying “the bigger they are, the harder they fall” rings true when it comes to disasters involving massive cargo ships.
The world’s biggest cargo ship, the MSC Gülsün, is longer than 36 buses and could transport 386 million pairs of shoes.
Shipping containers are providing an interesting alternative to traditional housing in South Africa, and it’s not hard to see why.
Given the advancements we have seen with self-driving cars, it was only a matter of time until cranes were in on the action.
More and more people are ditching large houses for inexpensive and environmentally friendly “tiny homes”, made out of shipping containers.
Every day, right around the world, millions of goods pass through various ports of entry. As you might have guessed, China’s numbers are staggering.