As I looked into shipping container developments more and more and their uses. One of the most practical and cost affective is the retail showroom. Firstly its mobile allowing changing of lots if one area isn’t performing making it easy to locate to another area. But more importantly shipping container showrooms can fit in many locations that can also be rented short term. For example take a large car park on a retail park. Its rarely full yet a store on the retail park may be launching a new furniture range. This would allow a fully visual experience for people visiting the retail park who may not go to the furniture store otherwise. Same goes for bathrooms which in the UK many builders merchants have large compounds and having a bathroom setup for giving people an idea of what they are buying and how they can visualise it in their own home opens up a normal trade environment also to the general public increasing profitability.
The fact that this type of cargotecture is kept in a basic clean form means it can be refitted easily as your literally looking at a painted box with a glass window giving a retail experience to almost anywhere for almost anything.