Being the largest city in the South Island and the seat of the Canterbury Region, this area which is home to nearly 400,000 people is hugely important to the NZ economy. Christchurch is a major player in the agricultural economy of NZ, and is only second to Auckland in the value that the local manufacturing firms brings to this country; plus it is arguably the biggest provider of our most famous export - the All Blacks - with the likes of Dan Carter and Richie "Godlike" McCaw playing their careers for Canterbury.
Sadly, Christchurch has been in the news for all the wrong reasons over the last few years due to the devastating earthquakes in both September 2010 and February 2011. From this devastation however, the country has helped get behind the rebuild with the Christchurch Central Recovery Plan, and the plan to build an additional 50,000 homes in the Greater Christchurch region before 2028 (I am not sure our local Cantabrians can wait until 2028 though ... Mr Key!!!).
Shipping Containers have been instrumental in the rebuild of the city with their multitude of uses. From builders using these to store tools and materials during the construction of housing developments; to retailers converting these into pop-up stores such as the Shipping Container Mall which was part of the Re:start project; to the city council utilising these to protect the public in Sumner from rock falls; and mums and dads storing their valued possessions in a dry and secure lock up. SEA Containers NZ has been there through it all to quickly help everyone with our focussed customer service and quality containers.
If you are a school looking for additional storage, or require a branded container to support your sports team; a retailer looking to reinvent yourself with a snazzy new look; or a builder wanting to store your tools on-site in a dry and secure shipping container then we are the team for you. SEA Containers can supply every size and grade of container for you including our 10' shipping containers.
Please speak to Nick Moore on 027 433-2479 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will be none too pleased to help you, and to probably discuss his battles with Canterbury when he used to play rugby for the Highlanders.