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Sea Box International

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Company Information

Company Name
Sea Box International
17 Isa Street, Fyshwick ACT 2609
Postal Address
17 Isa Street, Fyshwick ACT 2609
Web Address

Company Data

Number of Employees
Is your company a small to medium enterprise (SME)?
Is your company a product or service orientated business?
Does your company currently supply directly to the ADF or Department of Defence?
Does your company currently supply directly to a Defence prime contractor?

Industry and Defence Engagement

Member of an industry group or association


Defence Recognised Supplier AIDN RPDE member

Contact Information

Primary Point of Contact

Matthew Shea
Chief Development Officer
+61 2 6162 2826

Company Capabilities

Company Capability

Company Overview

Sea Box International (SBI) is an Australian Veteran owned and operated Systems Engineering company that designs and fabricates purpose-built modular solutions and logistics platforms using intermodal shipping containers and their derivatives. Specialising in the military, mining and resources industries, SBI offers a range of ISO container off-the-shelf products in addition to custom modules.
Proven with the CASG environment SBI are currently designing and building 2157 ISO 1C flatracks in accordance with the CASG specification, following the full CASG Design Review and Verification/Validation process.
The SBI contract has been in place for over 27 months, in which SBI has successfully navigated:
-Preliminary Design Review
-Integrated Baseline Review, Commonwealth attended audit of SBI's management systems
-Detailed Design Review
-Critical Design Review (SBI is the only contractor, including the prime, to achieve this milestone to date)
-Production of 4 x Prototype Units
-V&V program
-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.
They systems we have developed will be able to provide significant intermodal savings to the Sea 1000 supply chain.

Container Roll Out Warehousing System (CROWS) - reducing supply chain costs
Showcase Capability

The Container Roll Out Warehousing System (CROWS) is a revolution in intermodal logistics transport of difficult to secure, oddly shaped and problematic loads in 20 foot and 40 foot shipping containers or free standing in its own right. They allow the supply chain during construction and sustainment to maximise container densification and therefore reduce costs. We are a current CASG supplier and are experienced working with Primes and Tier 1 contractors such as Rheinmetall, Austal, CIVMEC, Bechtel, with existing customers such as Chevron, Exxon and Rio Tinto for example.
When CROWS was utilised on a recent multi biillion dollar gas project it achieved:
• 60% less crane lifts (suspended loads).
• 60% reduction in laydown and warehousing space.
• 20 - 30% increased density per TEU.
• Reduced construction freight transport costs per tonne by 75%.
• Achieved a ROI in 12 months and continues to achieve a compounding ROI.
• Improved safety performance and practice – zero safety issues.
Further details including a video are available at the following links:

Australian veteran owned systems engineering capability
Specialising in intermodal container supply chain optimisation.
Maximise container space utilisation through the use of Container Roll Out Warehousing System (CROWS)

Key Customers

Key customers
Rheinmetall - CASG Land 121 3B
Chevron - Gorgon Gas Project (Barrrow Island)
Department of Defence - CASG
Coates Hire (Container Roll Out Warehousing System)
Key Partners
Sea Box International is an Australian Veteran owned business.
Strategic relationships exist between Sea Box USA and Sea Box Europe
Suppliers are selected on a value for money basis.
Defence Recognised Supplier AIDN RPDE member

Standards and Accreditations

Standards and Accreditations
Bureau Veritas Certified ISO 9001 Quality System
Defence Recognised Supplier
RPDE Member

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