Containers First Rolls Out New Worksite Solutions for Businesses Looking to Invest and Cut Expenses in Australia’s High-Cost Economy

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Containers First introduces its cost-cutting Worksite Solutions today to help businesses save tonnes of money amid startling findings from the Business Council of Australia and global consulting firm, KPMG, that it’s actually more expensive to do business in Australia than in other locations such as the U.S. Gulf Coast.

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From small site offices to large multi-container corporate offices, Containers First can create the perfect working environment to suit your needs.

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The Business Council of Australia’s (BCA) recently released study, “Pipeline or Pipedream?”, found that delivering infrastructure and doing resources projects are more expensive in Australia than in the U.S. Meanwhile KPMG reported early this year that Australia is the second most expensive country to do business in, right behind Japan. Cost reduction and bigger returns — is this still possible in Australia’s high-cost economy? Containers First, leading provider of shipping containers for sale and hire, reveals that it could be possible as it offers a cost-cutting solution for all businesses with its recently unveiled batch of Worksite Solutions.

From small site offices to cleverly designed lunch rooms, the Worksite Solution products from Containers First turns the usual shipping container into functional, money-saving spaces for any business. The shipping containers expert details, “(Our) Worksite Solutions range offers a variety of products that make it easy to satisfy your work space and amenity requirements no matter the location.”

Containers First employs some of the best engineers and container builders in the country. The results are well-designed, custom-built, used shipping containers for sale that allow businesses across Australia to significantly reduce costs on operations.

“Our design team are fully qualified when it comes to the various specifications and special requirements you may have, from ensuring the containers are built to meet all safety aspects to building complete a comfortable accommodation units with all the modern comforts we enjoy today,” remarks Containers First.

Among the many innovative and completed modification projects Containers First has produced include a shipping containers city, water treatment plants, switch rooms, classrooms, archive storage, and many other modular structures. Their Worksite Solutions include Change Rooms, Ablution Blocks, Lunch Rooms, and Offices. Their Change Rooms can come with wall-mounted cycle air-conditioner, strip heater, lighting and power, and bench seating, among other features. Meanwhile their Ablution Blocks come with wash basins, exhaust fans, showers, hot water system, and many other necessary features. Each product is designed to suit every need a company requires.

Containers First offers, “From small site offices to large multi-container corporate offices, Containers First can create the perfect working environment to suit your needs with options including lighting and power, desks & chairs, air-conditioning, notice boards, whiteboards, filing cabinets & fire extinguisher.”

Shipping containers have been gaining ground as solid structural elements in recent years due to their extraordinary strength even against harsh weather conditions, their multi-functional use, and their competitive price. Considered by many as one of the ten greatest inventions of all time, shipping containers offer a more cost-effective solution in comparison to building structures, which require increasingly costly labour and materials.

The cost of doing business in Australia may have skyrocketed in comparison to other nations but a solution is at hand for local businesses everywhere. From used shipping containers for sale Newcastle businesses should consider to custom-built Worksite Solutions Wollongong should buy, Containers First offers profoundly effective cost reducing measures for many companies today.

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