Good things never stay around too long, and our shipping container lock boxes absolutely flew off the shelves over the past two weeks and we've sold out of all of our inventory for the time being. That being said, the guys in our machine shop are cranking out more and we are on track to be fully restocked with primer coated bolt on lock boxes by the first week of July 2013.
All of the lock boxes sold through our company are given a primer powder coating to make sure they'll last as long as your storage container does. Three common questions that we get is, "What's powder coating?", "Why is it better than a standard primer paint?" and "How the heck do I paint over it?"
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We received the first batch of lock boxes from the machine shop the other day, and unlike in the past when things "magically" arrived from China, this time we were able to pick them up directly at the shop here in Lancaster, PA.
The lock boxes are laser cut, assembled, sand blasted, and painted right here in Lancaster, PA. With the exception of the painting, all the process is completed by our Amish neighbors and they do an exceptional job!