This is a quite common question for those not from Australia. But for those working in or around the construction, mining or energy industries, the term Donga is very common, and basically means any temporary or semi-permanent dwellings. So, in theory, a ‘Donga’ could be any of a dozen or more different types of converted or modified shipping containers used on a worksite. But by the far the most common use is to describe the humble site office.
Here at Shipping Containers Melbourne, our container site offices are one of our top sellers, and when you see one, you’ll know why. Remember, shipping containers are designed for a long lifespan in rough conditions so they’re built tough! Every container is constructed to withstand the rigours of long ocean voyages, stacked up to eight containers high. From there they’re transferred by crane to truck to train to warehouse – or no warehouse at all! So a shipping container is well able to handle all that a busy construction site or mine site can throw at it. Ours are the strongest on the market, and offer impressive security.
Need a shipping container site office in a hurry? Then Shipping Containers Melbourne is the first place to ask. We have a range of secure site offices mebourne ready to go, complete with insulation, air-conditioning, lights, electrical fit-out, personnel doors and windows. So if you’re in Melbourne or Victoria, we can get a shipping container site office in melbourne out to you the next day. We also have depots all around Australia, so chances are wherever you live, we can organise something quickly and easy (though remote areas will obviously take longer!).