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Welling­ton Un­der­ground Mar­ket

Six­teen 10-foot con­tain­ers – also known as half size con­tain­ers – formed a pop up sum­mer mar­ket along the water­front at Welling­ton’s Frank Kitts Park. The con­tain­ers, which ap­peal to the ar­eas in­dus­trial mar­itime her­itage, also pro­vide a safe and se­cure re­tail out­let for stall hold­ers.

Dan­ger­ous Goods con­tain­ers

With New Zealand’s new Health and Safety laws re­quir­ing tighter con­trols around the stor­age of dan­ger­ous sub­stances, lead­ing New Zealand re­tailer The Ware­house used spe­cially mod­i­fied ship­ping con­tain­ers to en­sure thou­sands of bot­tles of per­fume and nail pol­ish were stored safely and se­curely.

Queens Wharf Vil­lage

A re­tail and food vil­lage on the Auck­land water­front was made out of eight ship­ping con­tain­ers which showed how these steel boxes can be trans­formed into an ef­fi­cient yet stylish space for a di­verse range of cus­tomers.

Auck­land City Rail Link

This tem­po­rary con­tainer build­ing on Vic­to­ria St as part of Auck­land’s City Rail Link high­lights the de­mand for con­tain­ers as a re­sult of the on-going con­struc­tion boom. Made up of six con­tain­ers, the two storey struc­ture in­cludes two worker’s lunch rooms, an ad­min­is­tra­tion of­fice, two chang­ing rooms, and a toi­let and ameni­ties build­ing.

Con­tain­ers for char­ity work

Mid way through the year can­cer char­ity Look Good Feel Bet­ter hit the road around New Zealand for four months in a spe­cially mod­i­fied 40-foot Royal Wolf con­tainer to con­duct work­shops and classes for peo­ple liv­ing with the vis­i­ble ef­fects of can­cer. Also, fol­low­ing the Kaik­oura earth­quakes, Christchurch based trans­port com­pany 4D Freight and Royal Wolf joined with other groups to help trans­port a con­tainer load of presents to the more than 650 kids of Kaik­oura in time for Christ­mas.

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