Whether you want to build a rural school, clinic or library, or a special construction, mining or exploration camp with homes and offices, a suite of mobile Transpack cabins, suitable for accommodation, complete with storage, sleeping, ablution, eating, laundry and recreational facilities, is available, for sale or hire, to meet your specific needs.
Our mobile Transpack cabins are robust, low maintenance and easy to install. Customers have the option of sale or hire, at attractive and competitive rates, any of the mobile Transpack cabins supplied and supported by Ufudu.
As a significant benefit, our collapsible and easily transportable Transpack cabins can save our customers and end-users up to 75% on freight charges. This means our flatpack system yields significant total cost savings, particularly when an affordable mobile space management solution, suitable for accommodation, is needed in a remote area.
Because freight costs into Africa are notably expensive and sometimes prohibitive, we transport collapsed units of Transpack cabins, which we erect on site to your requirements, instead of transporting space.
Once our cabins reach their destination, they are easy to unpack, erect and commission with speed and accuracy, thanks to the flatpack system. All assembly can be done on site with standard tools. Each of our Transpack cabins can be erected on virtually any surface, because we provide adjustable base jacks inside our kits. This flatpack system allows the end-user to join multiple units of mobile homes, offices or storage, even if the ground is uneven or not level. What's more, should any Transpack cabin panel or other component be damaged, it is easy to replace because of the simple, modular designs we use.
All mobile Transpack cabins supplied and supported by Ufudu, available for sale or hire, have a basic superstructure with interchangeable unit panels. Each superstructure comprises a floor, four corner posts and a roof. The superstructure is available in four standard sizes:
All models are 2,44 m wide and 2,79 m high.
The modular superstructures in the flatpack system are designed to allow units to be joined and stacked for an unlimited range of home or office configurations.
With each Transpack cabin model, a predefined number of panels to complete the final cabin structure is installed. These panels, in turn, comprise different standard types: blind panels, door panels and window panels. These can be supplied and installed in various configurations to suit the customer's requirements.