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Loading bays

Temporary and permanent loading bays – extensions, canopies and covers

2020-12-26 23:59:00 2021-06-29 07:59:08
Short and long term loading and dispatch solutions quickly installed on the most flexible terms

We can supply temporary loading bay canopies or extensions right through to complete permanent loading bay areas.  If you have an urgent need for just a temporary loading bay canopy, or a permanent need to expand your goods in out facility owning to increased demand we will have a solution for you.

Temporary loading bay extensions and canopies

If you have a short tem need we can meet this in a matter of days on the most flexible of terms.  So, if the future is uncertain you will not find yourself locked into a contract or cost you can’t get out of.  If you are having to leave goods outside open to the elements, or if vehicles are being loaded and unloaded uncovered, then a Smart-Space temporary extension or canopy could be just the way to test what a difference we can make.

Temporary steel loading bays

Our temporary steel roofed loading bay extensions and canopies have a light steel-clad roof offering better protection over the PVC roofed temporary ones, and almost as quick to install. The aluminium frame also makes them relocatable if need be. Only available on pre-arranged rental contacts or to purchase.

Steel framed loading bays

Permanent steel framed loading bay installations are intended for permanent use as an alternative to costly bricks and mortar.  These are available for purchase only, but we can help with a lease purchase financing if that would be of interest.  The best solution if you want to fully re-work your goods-in and despatch facility.

Whatever the challenges you face at goods-in and despatch we have a solution for you be it a full permanent installation or just a lowly temporary loading bay canopy.

 

 

Entire Process Handled by Our Own Workforce

  1. Initial local authority permission
  2. Build
  3. Handover of the facility
    1. Initial local authority permission
    Our solutions remove all the hassle, uncertainty and hidden costs because the entire process from initial local authority permissions through to final handover of the facility is handled by our own workforce.
    1. Build
    So, once you’ve agreed the final specification and costs, you can relax and let us do the rest; without you having to have the stress of day-to-day management of the project - guaranteed.
    1. Handover of the facility
    We’ve got a proven track-record of successful installations and projects, each one being handled entirely in-house, and guaranteed to save time and money for you.

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The following features are available on our temporary buildings or industrial tents

Features

Features

You can quickly and easily extend your existing space or create an entirely new Loading and Dispatch Building on any available or unused space on your site.

Comfort and Protection

Comfort and Protection

Smart-Space Loading and Dispatch Buildings are available with either budget, un-insulated roof covers and wall cladding or air-insulated anti-condensation roofs and 40mm insulated wall cladding.

Short Construction Timescales

Short Construction Timescales

You could be up and running within 7 - 28 days of ordering.

Supplied Documents Pack

Supplied Documents Pack

We will provide you with layout drawings and any necessary documentation for planning if required.

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