Call for EOI’s to distribute foldable container solutions

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Call for EOI’s to distribute foldable container solutions

Continest, the award winning Hungarian manufacturer of innovative folding containers looks for Australian industry partners.

The Caason Group as Australasian Agent, has called for qualified Sales and Distributing partners for a suite of innovative / collapsible storage solutions for their Hungarian Principal; Continest Technologies PLC.

Continest facilities are suitable for a variety of uses, including events, temporary accommodation, storage, disaster management, offices, meeting rooms, first aid units, command posts, service areas as well as for cooling and heating facilities. The Continest containers have immense logistical efficiencies and resulting cost savings due to 20 of the smaller 10’ units fitting on one standard trailer once folded. Currently Continest produce 10’ and 20’ units with an added advantage of being stackable and modular to meet the requirements of the user.

“These patent protected, innovative container solutions come in a range of novel configurations designed for almost every imaginable temporary accommodation or storage need including a Medical Unit and a Hybrid which can be powered through LifePo4 battery technology embedded in it’s floor” said Mr. Craig Astill, Managing Director of the Caason Group, which prides itself in being at the coal face of innovation and R&D. “The Medical units in particular are of immense interest to us, as they provide some excellent options for temporary accommodation needs brought about by the current Covid Pandemic” he said.

Mr. Astill confirmed that plans are now in place to move quickly on selecting sector specific partners capable of joining Continest’s efforts to explore the opportunities available in Australia and the region.

All parties interested in this opportunity are invited to contact the Caason Group for more details.

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