Repainting New Shipping Containers
Although new shipping containers do not necessarily need a new coat of paint, as their cosmetic condition will be very good, the majority of new containers are either blue or green. Often our clients will request repainting in alternative colours, especially if the container is being used as the basis for a conversion project, whereby a specific colour to reflect the company/organisation is desirable. A wide range of colours are available, and can be viewed on our RAL colour chart
Ways to repaint new shipping containersAs well as choosing the colour, there are three distinct ways of repainting new shipping containers. Your choice will depend upon the required use of the container, and your personal preference.
Option 1 - Standard all-over repaintThis option is a simple respray over the entire container - the results will be as in the adjoining picture.
Prices for standard repaint:
- 10ft - £150
- 15ft - £170
- 20ft - £250
- 30ft - £300
- 40ft - £350
Option 2 - Repainting to retain 'factory finished' appearanceWe do this by masking the rubber seals and locking gear on the container doors. By leaving the rubber seals and steel locking bars unpainted will retain its new appearance. This is done by masking these parts of container before respraying, as pictured below.
Prices for repainting with masking:
- 10ft - £300
- 15ft - £330
- 20ft - £350
- 30ft - £430
- 40ft - £500