Updated: Aug 9
With a canopy you can protect your goods. With vehicles loading and unloading stock and deliveries multiple times every day, things can easily become damaged during periods of bad weather.
That’s where our canopy structures come in.
They are used by organisations across multiple sectors, including factory and warehousing to garages and covered walkways for pedestrian traffic.
Canopy shelters provide fast and economical space for loading and unloading operations or basic storage.
Temporary canopies can solve many storage space problems. They can be set up in a fraction of the time it takes to build a permanent sheltered cover.
Unlike a traditional building, a temporary shelter can usually be completed within weeks, rather than months.
The cost of these structures is also a fraction of what it would cost to build a permanent building.
NZTS canopies are constructed from a prefabricated plan that keeps the costs lower, but also allows flexibility in design, and is built to the highest safety and efficiency standards.
Canopy Structure Benefits:
Cost-effective alternative to traditional buildings
Short planning and implementation period
Quick installation and dismantling
Great flexibility through modular structure
Easy reuse and relocation
Resource-efficient and therefore sustainable
Permanent or temporary applications
No matter the type of industrial business you are running, whether it be working from a warehouse, loading bay or logistics centre, an industrial canopy can aid the organisation and delivery of your processes.
Our industrial canopies can be linked to existing warehouses to fully integrate with operations and provide covered access for forklift operatives, logistical loading and unloading areas, automotive and aviation, as well as sheltered outdoor storage.
For those times when you have a higher volume of cars waiting to be sold than normal, a temporary car warehouse or shelter is the perfect way to store them safely.
We offer a range of purpose built walkway covers and shelters to enable the safe and dry transition between buildings and facilities.
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