With over 25 years of experience and company operated locations throughout New Zealand and Australia, Royal Wolf is proud to be Australasia's largest provider of shipping containers for hire and sale, along with specialised shipping container modifications. We're also continuing to expand our diverse range of storage solutions with our exclusive Wolf Lock Safety Shipping Container.Read more
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20ft Wolf Lock Safety Container
The Wolf Lock Safety containers are only available from Royal Wolf. They are available for hire in either 10ft, 20ft or 40ft variant.
Minicube shipping container
Royal Wolf’s small mini cube shipping containers are portable shipping container units that provide strong and secure portable storage, ideal for use as a storeroom, garden shed or worksite storage, amongst a number of other applications.
Hazardous Material/Chemical Storage Shipping Containers
Class 3 Dangerous and hazardous chemical storage containers are available for hire or sale in three convenient sizes - 8ft (2.3m), 10ft Pallet Wide (3m) and 20ft (6m) and are fully compliant with legislation AS1940-2017. (*Certificates of compliance can be supplied upon request.)
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Royal Wolf has Australasia’s largest dedicated branch network. Wherever you are located, even in remote areas, we are able to deliver containerised solutions for your business or personal use.
Royal Wolf has created a fish filleting station for a community project that collects tasty fish heads and offcuts to feed families in need. LegaSea, a not-for-profit organisation raising awareness of issues affecting the marine environment, started the Kai Ika project in 2016 to help feed communities by re-distributing the unused parts of fish which would usually go to waste.Watch video