You need a Royal Wolf

Shipping containers are the most versatile storage solution of our modern times. Bars, restaurants, homes, workshops, offices, emergency hospital, portable toilets, art gallery, sauna, disaster shelter, cafe, swimming pool, indoor garden – are all uses for shipping containers.

If you have a problem, there is no doubt Royal Wolf will have a shipping container to fix it.CON-72You can find a Royal Wolf anywhere from Townsville to Melbourne. They boast our nations largest fleet of shipping containers. Established in 1995, the company are the bellwether of industrial and mining demand, with a diverse customer base here and in New Zealand.

The company acquires shipping containers from China, or pensioned off from shipping containers and transforms them for uses such as mobile offices, camping houses and pop-up restaurants.

Even our mate Wombat from The Block feels just at home, making one of the shipping containers supplied by Royal Wolf his home away from home.

Shipping container.jpg

The Block have fit out a 10ft shipping container into a McDonalds McCafe to keep the teams humming on caffeine for the remainder of the series.

the block.jpg

Royal Wolf has engineered a solution to block sound and improve crowd control in neighboring suburbs for music festivals and other major events. The containers can been seen stacked up to 40 feet high, allowing a tailor made solution for any event. In 2017, Royal Wolf engineered a Soundwall for the Australian Tennis Open. This was done on a slopping surface with a curved shape to match the landscape.

Soundwall.jpg

Royal Wolf has taken the lead in the pop up culture, making festivals come to life.

http://www.architectureanddesign.com.au/suppliers/infolink/new-royal-wolf-container-innovation-enabling-pop-u

Last month The Garden of Earthly Delights collaborated with Royal Wolf to bring the magic of a food spectacular to Melbourne, hosting ‘St Kilda’s Winder Garden’. The inner city car park was transformed into a vibrant festival of pop up bards and food stalls. Royal Wolf used 6×3 meter sized containers that are ideal for the food and beverage stalls.

royal-wolf-3.jpg

This container-hire mob is one of the most exciting companies in Australia, proving to provide practical solutions just where us Australians need it most.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Website Built with WordPress.com.

Up ↑

~Peace~Love~Accounting~

"Learning how to learn is life's most important skill" - Tony Buzan

Julians blog

I have started this blog to connect and interact with other students

Accountants Appreciate

A Journey into Accounting and Online Communication by a Dynamite Girl!

The Final AcCountdown

A short term blog chronicling accounting experiences: in real life & as a first year CQU student. ‪#‎ACCT11059‬

Martin Turner Accounting

Not a businessman ... a business, man

Everyday Moola

Keep Calm and Let Accounting Handle It

Stacked Finance

A look at the world of Finance...

Chloe Adams

My university journey (EST. 2016)

All ABOUT PROPERTY - ACCT11059

A story by Brenton Woodcroft

Alex Pechey

a blog for accounting

BELINDA HUDSON

ACCOUNTING

Adrian Pegler

learning & communicating with fellow CQU accounting students - CHECK OUT THE 'ABOUT' TAB FOR A SHORT INTRODUCTORY ON MYSELF

<span>%d</span> bloggers like this: