Popup Trading Units
If a location doesn’t work out, you can simply move your cafe to another spot – you have a business in a box!
It’s much less expensive to buy and outfit a container than it would be to do the same thing with a traditional building.
It’s easy to increase the size of a container restaurant; all you need to do is add another container.
A container coffee shop looks unique meaning it will catch your customers’ attention instantly.
Even if your business is unsuccessful a pop-up container cafe has resale value, so whatever happens you own an asset that’s actually worth something.
MADE TO ORDER
We can modify a shipping container in any way that will suit your needs.
Customer: Container Coffee
Location: Thomas Street, Dublin
- Two used 20ft Containers
- Openings cut to customer’s spec
- Containers painted to customer’s spec
- Windows, Doors Fitted
- Sliding door constructed and fitted for extra security at night
- Containers delivered and off-loaded using our own crane equipped truck and trailer
See what they have done with two containers and a patch of land in Dublin City:
The Container Bar
The Container Bar is the perfect portable solution for events and concerts and is more than a temporary structure. It’s a versatile product which can be used as a cafe bar, burger bar or any type of you can think of!
20ft Bar Serving Unit
This 20ft unit has a window and stainless steel serving counter, which is secured by a roller shutter. The end doors open which give extra options.
Full Roller Shutter
This 20 ft unit features a 18ft wide remote controlled roller shutter. The full size shutter allows for a walk-in section and other layout possibilities.
4 Bay Serving Unit
A container that has a number of uses, from ticket booth to bar/food serving unit with 4 separate bays. There is also a large display here to ensure this unit stands out from the crowd.
Bar with Balcony
A bar with a beer garden on top! This bar unit has a four section fold out door, when folded out displays the bar menu and advertising space.
Containers can be converted to a fully functional bar in a few steps.
Here is a gallery of the process of converting shipping containers into 2 x 20ft bar units. The newly converted bars are then loaded onboard a Gary Keville Transport 40ft trailer, with crane equipped heavy haulage unit, for offloading at any location with ease.