Innovative Container-Based Platforms and Solutions

Past Performance

Past Performance

Detailed information on a selection of Sea Box International’s past projects:


Australian Defence Force Land 121 Contract — ISO 1C Flatracks (2157 units) and Cargo Gate Kits

Contract Title and Number (including Reference Site)Contract Title:
Land 121 Phase 3B MHC Flatrack ISO 1C

Contract No.:
N/A

Ref Site:
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
Project Name and Number or Procurement AgencyProject Name:
Land 121 Phase 3B

Contract with:
Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles Australia

End User:
Australian Defence Force (ADF)
Prime or SubcontractorSubcontractor
Description of Product or Service ProvidedDescription of Contract:
Design and build 2157 ISO 1C flatracks in accordance with the DMO specification, following the full DMO Design Review and Verification/Validation process. The contract also includes Cargo Gate Kits. SBI employs a standalone team of five personnel to manage this contract as well as the NZDF Flatrack contract. The SBI contract has been in place for over 27 months, in which SBI has successfully navigated:

  1. Preliminary Design Review

  2. Integrated Baseline Review, Commonwealth attended audit of SBI's management systems

  3. Detailed Design Review

  4. Critical Design Review (SBI is the only contractor, including the prime, to achieve this milestone to date)

  5. Production of 4 x Prototype Units

  6. V&V program

  7. Delivery of batch 0.1a of 18 Flatracks, and Cargo Gate Kits.

In the next 12 months SBI will initiate delivery of main production batches.

ISO 1C flatrack for the Australian Army
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Contract DatesStart:
28 January 2014

Finish:
anticipated October 2017
Company Division, Location and Nature of WorkCompany Division:
Canberra office

Location:
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

Nature of Work:
Design and build logistics platforms and cargo gate kits.
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Chevron Australia — Container Roll-Out Warehousing System (CROWS) x 4000 units

Contract Title and Number (including Reference Site)Contract Title:
Provision of purpose-built logistics platform: Container Roll-Out Warehousing System (CROWS)

Contract No.:
N/A

Ref Site:
Perth, Western Australia
Project Name and Number or Procurement AgencyProject Name:
Chevron Australia — Gorgon Project

Contract with:
Stelsco Hire Pty Ltd

End User:
Chevron Australia
Prime or SubcontractorSubcontractor
Description of Product or Service ProvidedDescription of Contract:
Design and build the 20 ft and 40 ft Container Roll-Out Warehousing System (CROWS) specifically to meet the functional requirements of logistics operations on Barrow Island (Gorgon Project). This also involved the conduct of a Design Review Process and V&V program to satisfy Chevron that the platforms are fit for purpose.

From initial customer engagement to the delivery of 4000 units to Chevron Supply Base in Perth, the project duration was 11 months. This project is complete and since delivery in September 2014, SBI have designed and delivered 100 x 40 ft CROWS, and designed and tested the 45 ft CROWS and the Pipe Intermodal Logistics System (PILS) — both have been accepted by Chevron as baseline products and SBI is now looking to conduct field trials with these products.

CROWS rolling into a shipping container
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Contract DatesStart:
7 April 2014

Finish:
September 2014
Company Division, Location and Nature of WorkCompany Division:
Canberra office

Location:
Perth, Western Australia

Nature of Work:
Design and construction of logistics platforms and support legs.
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Chevron KJV Projects

Contract Title and Number (including Reference Site)Contract Title:
Chevron-KJV Phase 2
Chevron-KJV Phase 3
Chevron-KJV Phase 4

Contract No.:
N/A

Ref Site:
Perth, Western Australia
Project Name and Number or Procurement AgencyProject Name:
Gorgon Projects

Contract with:
Chevron-KJV

End User:
Chevron
Prime or SubcontractorPrime
Description of Product or Service ProvidedDescription of Contract:
Supply and delivery of a large quantity of various shipping containers, logistics platforms and reefer containers to Chevron Australia for the Gorgon project on Barrow Island, Western Australia.

The containers were modified to meet strict Australian Quarantine requirements that were in place for Barrow Island.

List of products delivered as below:

  • 428 x 20 ft Domino Collapsible Flatracks

  • 424 x 40 ft Domino Collapsible Flatracks

  • 452 x 20 ft Half Height Sea Containers

  • 20 x 40 ft Open Top Sea Container

  • 240 x 20 ft ISO Sea Containers

  • 885 x 40 ft ISO Sea Containers

  • 40 x 20 ft High Cube Sea Containers

  • 150 x 20 ft Reefer Containers

Stacked shipping containers
Contract DatesStart:
9 February 2009

Finish:
mid 2010
Company Division, Location and Nature of WorkCompany Division:
Perth office

Location:
Perth, Western Australia

Nature of Work:
Supply of shipping containers and logistics platforms.
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TFTA UOTF Projects

Contract Title and Number (including Reference Site)Contract Title:
Urban Operations Training Facility - Townsville Field Training Area, Design and Construction Contract

Contract No.:
N/A

Ref Site:
Townsville, Queensland
Project Name and Number or Procurement AgencyProject Name:
Urban Operations Training Facility - Townsville Field Training Area

Contract with:
Commonwealth of Australia

End User:
Australian Defence Force (ADF)
Prime or SubcontractorPrime
Description of Product or Service ProvidedDescription of Contract:
Design, construction and delivery of a realistic combined arms combat team urban operations training facility (UOTF) for the Australian Defence Force, by using modified shipping containers, to enhance the relevance of Mission Rehearsal Exercise for units about to deploy on operations.

Reconfigurable Urban Operations Training Facility built for the Australian Army
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Contract DatesStart:
July 2008

Finish:
September 2009
Company Division, Location and Nature of WorkCompany Division:
Townsville office

Location:
Townsville, Queensland

Nature of Work:
Supply of realistic combined arms combat team urban operations training facility.
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Atlas Wodgina Kitchen Expansion Project

Contract Title and Number (including Reference Site)Contract Title:
Provision of New Kitchen and Dry Mess renovation work

Contract No.:
N/A

Ref Site:
Wodgina DSO Mine, Western Australia
Project Name and Number or Procurement AgencyProject Name:
Atlas Wodgina Kitchen

Contract with:
Atlas Iron Limited

End User:
Atlas Iron Limited
Prime or SubcontractorPrime
Description of Product or Service ProvidedDescription of Contract:
Design and construction of a 400 square metre kitchen and temporary dining facility to serve 1980 meals per day at a mining camp at Wodgina (near Port Hedland), Western Australia. The facility was constructed using container based modules that were prefabricated, delivered to site, and remaining internal kitchen fit out completed. SBI then undertook a refurbishment of the existing dining facility whilst the temporary dining modules were used. The temporary dining modules were removed from site at completion and handover of refurbished dining hall.

Containerised kitchen and dining facility for Wodgina mine site
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Contract DatesStart:
4 November 2013

Finish:
9th December 2013
Company Division, Location and Nature of WorkCompany Division:
Perth office

Location:
Perth, Western Australia

Nature of Work:
Design, supply and install modular buildings.
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Australian Navy Generator Modules

Contract Title and Number (including Reference Site)Contract Title:
Five Generator Sets

Contract No.:
N/A

Ref Site:
HMAS Cerberus, Victoria
Project Name and Number or Procurement AgencyProject Name:
ASDEFCON procurement project

Contract with:
Commonwealth of Australia

End User:
Department of Defence
Royal Australian Navy (RAN)
Prime or SubcontractorPrime
Description of Product or Service ProvidedDescription of Contract:
Design and build five 20 ft container-based training modules for the Australian Navy, to be used as a deployable training facility to allow students to dismantle, repair, assemble and test the fitted Cummins 20KVA diesel generator. The module featured:

  1. full side opening doors on one side wall, and half opening doors on the other side to allow maximum access

  2. electrical load bank to allow the generator to run and be tested under load

  3. an integrated fire suppression system that operated while the generator was being dismantled

  4. an internal overhead gantry system and hoist

  5. bunded floor under diesel generator.

This project was delivered on budget and on time. The facility has been in service since June 2013 and is currently being fully utilised as part of the Navy's technician training program at HMAS Cerberus in Victoria, Australia. From signing of contract to delivery took four months.

Generator training modules for the Australian Navy
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Contract DatesStart:
26 February 2013

Finish:
September 2013
Company Division, Location and Nature of WorkCompany Division:
Canberra office

Location:
HMAS Cerberus, Victoria

Nature of Work:
Modification of shipping containers and specialised fit out.
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Manitowoc 80 tonne Crane CES Carriage and Stowage Solution

Contract Title and Number (including Reference Site)Contract Title:
80 tonne Crane CES Carriage and Stowage Solution

Contract No.:
N/A

Ref Site:
10 FSB Townsville, Queensland
Project Name and Number or Procurement AgencyProject Name:
DEF(AUST 11095) 80 tonne Crane CES Carriage and Stowage Solution

Contract with:
Manitowoc Cranes

End User:
Australian Defence Force (ADF)
Prime or SubcontractorSubcontractor
Description of Product or Service ProvidedDescription of Contract:
Design and build eight attachment frames and canvas cover kits to carry Grove 80T Crane CES equipment to suit ISO 1C flatracks as developed for Land 121 Phase 3B contract. The contract also included supply of eight ISO 1C flatracks. The attachment frames and canvas cover kits are designed to fit the ISO 1C flatracks without modification.

Manitowoc 80 tonne Crane CES Carriage and Stowage Solution
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Contract DatesStart:
24 June 2015

Finish:
June 2016
Company Division, Location and Nature of WorkCompany Division:
Canberra office

Location:
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

Nature of Work:
Design and construction of flatrack attachment frames and canvas cover kits.
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Cyclone Shelters

Contract Title and Number (including Reference Site)Contract Title:
Provision of Six Cyclone Shelters at Abydos Development Project

Contract No.:
N/A

Ref Site:
Abydos, Western Australia
Project Name and Number or Procurement AgencyProject Name:
Modular cyclone shelters

Contract with:
Atlas Iron Limited

End User:
Atlas Iron Limited
Prime or SubcontractorPrime
Description of Product or Service ProvidedDescription of Contract:
Design and build six cyclone-rated shelters compliant to the Queensland Government Design Guidelines for Queensland Public Cyclone Shelters, to provide a safe environment for up to 40 people per module for the duration of a cyclone, in a wind Region D rated area. Each module uses a core of two modified 40 ft high-cube shipping containers to make the shelters fully transportable. The cyclone shelters includes a weighted inbuilt footing system, passive ventilation, air conditioning, water supply and waste storage, toilet, and kitchen facilities. The shelters are also non-reliant on external power supply if power is cut during a cyclone event.

Transportable cyclone shelters
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Contract DatesStart:
1 November 2012

Finish:
April 2013
Company Division, Location and Nature of WorkCompany Division:
Perth office

Location:
Perth, Western Australia

Nature of Work:
Design and construction of modular accommodation.
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MHOV Project — Flatracks

Contract Title and Number (including Reference Site)Contract Title:
Supply of the MHOV Project — Flatracks

Contract No.:
N/A

Ref Site:
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
Project Name and Number or Procurement AgencyProject Name:
MHOV Project Flatracks for New Zealand Defence Force

Contract with:
Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles Australia

End User:
New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF)
Prime or SubcontractorSubcontractor
Description of Product or Service ProvidedDescription of Contract:
Design and build sixteen ISO 1C flatracks as per DMO specifications for Land 121, for the New Zealand Defence Force.

ISO 1C flatrack for the New Zealand Defence Force
Contract DatesStart:
19 November 2014

Finish:
January 2016
Company Division, Location and Nature of WorkCompany Division:
Canberra office

Location:
Wellington, New Zealand

Nature of Work:
Design, test and evaluate (DT&E) rapid prototype and production project.
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DTSO Transportable Field Trials Laboratory (TFTL)

Contract Title and Number (including Reference Site)Contract Title:
Design and construct a Transportable Field Trials Laboratory

Contract No.:
N/A

Ref Site:
Edinburgh, South Australia
Project Name and Number or Procurement AgencyProject Name:
Transportable Field Trials Laboratory

Contract with:
Australian Defence (DSTO)

End User:
Defence Science and Technology Organisation
Prime or SubcontractorPrime
Description of Product or Service ProvidedDescription of Contract:
Design and build a deployable double roll-out 20 ft module, to be used as a manned laboratory in remote South Australian desert locations. The module is self-contained and is fitted with a diesel generator, fresh and waste water supplies, electrical and data services and distribution, mounted computer server rack and cabinet to numerous outlets within the cabin space. The module also has provisions for removal of cargo, including mobile computer cases and boxed equipment. The module has two sides that roll out when deployed and rolls back into an ISO compliant container for transport.

The project was delivered on budget and on time. From signing of contract to delivery took 11 months. The module has been in service since October 2010.

20 ft double roll-out container for the DSTO
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Contract DatesStart:
27 October 2009

Finish:
October 2010
Company Division, Location and Nature of WorkCompany Division:
Canberra office

Location:
Edinburgh, South Australia

Nature of Work:
Design and construction of modular laboratory.
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Agilent Technologies — Equipment Calibration Laboratory

Contract Title and Number (including Reference Site)Contract Title:
Building of new VOSCAL Container for mobile calibration facility in Mulgrave VIC

Contract No.:
N/A

Ref Site:
Blackburn, Victoria
Project Name and Number or Procurement AgencyProject Name:
VOSCAL Container for mobile calibration facility

Contract with:
Agilent Technologies

End User:
Agilent Technologies
Prime or SubcontractorPrime
Description of Product or Service ProvidedDescription of Contract:
Design and build a deployable single roll-out 20 ft module, to be used as a manned laboratory to test and calibrate electronic equipment at customers' work sites. This module was fitted out with a complex array of electronic equipment, and when side rolled out, two personnel worked inside a stable environmentally controlled laboratory. The module was also provided with an external power connection, along with jacks to maintain a level platform.

This project was delivered on budget and on time. From signing contract to delivery took four months. This module has been in service since October 2012.

Single roll-out containerised laboratory for Agilent
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Contract DatesStart:
11 June 2012

Finish:
October 2012
Company Division, Location and Nature of WorkCompany Division:
Canberra office

Location:
Melbourne, Victoria

Nature of Work:
Design, test and evaluate (DT&E) and rapid production project.
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Shipping Container Inspection Stand

Contract Title and Number (including Reference Site)Contract Title:
N/A

Contract No.:
N/A

Ref Site:
Land 121 Project Site, Brisbane, Queensland
Project Name and Number or Procurement AgencyProject Name:
Shipping Container Inspection Stand

Contract with:
Sea Box International R&D project with subsequent sale to Land 121 Program Office

End User:
Australian Defence Force (ADF)

Prime or SubcontractorPrime
Description of Product or Service ProvidedDescription of Contract:
Design and build modular container inspection stands to complement support equipment for inspection, maintenance, cleaning and repair of both fitted modules and container types that are carried by trucks and trailers as part of the ADF Land 121 Phase 3B project. Inspection stands have engineering certification and comply with Australian Dept. of Agriculture Standards for Sea Freight Container Inspection Stands.

Shipping container inspection stand
Contract DatesStart:
1 April 2015

Finish:
ongoing
Company Division, Location and Nature of WorkCompany Division:
Canberra office

Location:
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

Nature of Work:
Design, test and evaluate (DT&E) rapid prototype and production project.
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ADF Maritime Surveillance Tonga — Accommodation Module

Contract Title and Number (including Reference Site)Contract Title:
ADF Maritime Surveillance Tonga — Accommodation Module

Contract No.:
N/A

Ref Site:
Tonga
Project Name and Number or Procurement AgencyProject Name:
ASDEFCON Procurement project

Contract with:
Defence Cooperation Program (DCP)

End User:
Royal Tongan Navy

Prime or SubcontractorPrime
Description of Product or Service ProvidedDescription of Contract:
Design and modify a single 20 ft container to act as a deployable module to provide accommodation for six extra crew members required for extended trips by patrol boats operated by the Tongan Government for Pacific Region surveillance activities. The module includes two separate bedrooms, air conditioning and marine quality door and windows. The module is designed to be quickly installed and removed from the boat depending on operational requirements.

Accommodation module for the Royal Tongan Navy
Contract DatesStart:
3 February 2016

Finish:
ongoing
Company Division, Location and Nature of WorkCompany Division:
Canberra office

Location:
Tonga

Nature of Work:
Design, test and evaluate (DT&E) and rapid production project.
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25 tonne Crane Spreader Bar

Contract Title and Number (including Reference Site)Contract Title:
25 tonne Crane Spreader Bar

Contract No.:
N/A

Ref Site:
N/A
Project Name and Number or Procurement AgencyProject Name:
25 tonne Crane Spreader Bar

Contract with:
Sea Box International R&D project

End User:
Australian Defence Force (ADF)

Prime or SubcontractorPrime
Description of Product or Service ProvidedDescription of Contract:
Design and build a crane spreader bar that is adjustable and can be included in the CES equipment for the Manitowoc Cranes CES Carriage and Stowage Solution. The spreader bar suits the configurations of all of the containers that are being transported and moved as part of the Land 121 project.

Crane Spreader Bar
Contract DatesStart:
1 November 2015

Finish:
ongoing
Company Division, Location and Nature of WorkCompany Division:
Canberra office

Location:
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

Nature of Work:
Design, test and evaluate (DT&E) rapid prototype and production project.
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