PSG Throws Manufacturing Employees and Their Families an End-Of-Summer Bash!

Posted on Tue, Aug 13, 2019 @ 10:08 AM

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What could be better than food, family, and fun? Getting to share it with your fellow coworkers! On Saturday, August 10th, Portable Solutions Group thanked the manufacturing employees for all of their hard work by having a “Family Fun Night” at Spare Time in Ironton, Ohio.

Megan Coffey, Executive Assistant at PSG, said "Our CEO wanted to do this to give the manufacturing employees a chance to spend some time together with their families before school starts back up. These employees do so much for the company and work so hard. We wanted to do something for them to express our gratitude and give them a chance to relax and have a good time.”

During the event, employees and their families had many different activities to choose from including bowling, roller skating, laser tag, and even a photo booth. Cupcakes and other snacks were also provided to keep everyone's energy up!

We here at DropBox Inc. want to thank every employee and family member who attended the end-of-summer bash for coming. We hope that you all have a happy first day of school and a great academic year!

To learn more about DropBox products that our employees manufacture, CONTACT US HERE or call 740.532.7822.

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DropBox Inc. Congratulates McGrath RentCorp on Ringing NASDAQ Closing Bell in New York Times Square!

Posted on Fri, Aug 09, 2019 @ 08:08 AM

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As a proud partner of McGrath RentCorp, DropBox Inc. would like to congratulate President & CEO, Joe Hanna, and the rest of the McGrath RentCorp team on their 40th Anniversary as a company and 35th Anniversary of its public listing on the NASDAQ Stock Exchange! In honor of these important milestones, NASDAQ chose McGrath RentCorp to ring in the bell and close the market in New York City on August 5, 2019. As the company rang the closing bell, they were depicted on one of the large screens in Times Square!

Excited about the event, Joe Hanna said "Ringing the Nasdaq closing bell is an honor for our entire team at McGrath RentCorp. We are excited to celebrate our company’s anniversaries and anticipate our continuing successes.”

Founded in 1979, McGrath RentCorp is a diversified business-to-business rental company that rents and sells portable modular buildings, storage containers, electronic test equipment, and liquid and solid containment tanks and boxes. The company operates through five divisions: Mobile Modular, Mobile Modular Portable Storage, TRS-RenTelco, Adler Tanks, and Enviroplex. DropBox Inc. works with the Mobile Modular division specifically.

The Mobile Modular division of McGrath RentCorp rents and sells prefabricated customizable modular buildings, mobile office trailers, portable classrooms, portable sales office buildings, prefab restrooms, and more. As a partner of this division, DropBox designs and manufactures Blast Resistant Modules (BRM) that their company rents out to their existing customers.  

Our team at DropBox Inc. wants to wish everyone at McGrath RentCorp continued success and thank them for a great partnership!

To learn more about McGrath RentCorp, visit their LinkedIn page or website. And if you'd like to watch the video of the ceremony, click here!

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CBD Oil Extraction Techniques: What Happens In An Extraction Laboratory?

Posted on Tue, Aug 06, 2019 @ 10:08 AM

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DropBox is continuing its pursuit to become more involved in the cannabis industry. By offering our modular labs, we can provide companies within this industry a place where they can test cannabis and extract CBD onsite. But once these companies have a lab to work in, how exactly do they extract CBD oil from the cannabis plant? Today’s blog will discuss the two primary extraction techniques that lab technicians use for this purpose.

The first, and most common, method that will be discussed is the supercritical CO2 extraction method.

The reason that this method is used so often is because it’s the safest way to extract CBD for human consumption. It's also because its high efficiency results in less waste during the process. However, the equipment that’s used to perform this method is very expensive. The most basic setups can cost around $40,000 to $100,000.

In order to extract CBD using the supercritical CO2 method, the liquid carbon dioxide’s temperature and pressure must be increased past the point where the liquid becomes ‘supercritical’ by using a compressor and heater. Being 'supercritical' means that the CO2 obtains the properties of both a gas and a liquid. This allows the supercritical CO2 to extract the CBD without damaging it and making it dangerous to consume. Next, the cannabis must be placed in an extractor and the supercritical CO2 is passed through it. This allows the supercritical CO2 to pull out the trichomes and terpene oils from the plant. The solution gets passed through a separator and is broken down into individual parts. The trichomes and terpene oils are sent to be collected while the CO2 goes to a condenser and is turned back into a liquid. The liquid CO2 is then placed in a storage tank so that it can be used for the process again.

In order to isolate the CBD, the chemical mixture goes through the processes of chromatography, winterization, and short path distillation. These processes allow lab technicians to remove unwanted phytochemicals, plant matter, and other compounds in order to have CBD in its purest form.

The second extraction method that’s used by professionals is by using ethanol to obtain CBD from the cannabis plant.

The process of ethanol extraction that is primarily used involves heating the cannabis plant to achieve something called decarboxylation. Decarboxylation is when carbon atoms are removed from a carbon chain. Once this occurs, the plant material that remains is soaked in ethanol for a long period of time. After a certain amount of time has passed, the liquid is filtered out of the plant material and left out in the open for the ethanol to evaporate. This removes water and oil-soluble compounds, such as chlorophyll, that can cause a bitter taste.

The downside to this extraction method is that not all of the ethanol can be removed from the CBD oil without the use of another filter. This can lead to the CBD oil losing more of its purity and effectiveness. However, the upside to this method is that it allows for the formation of esters. Since esters are easily absorbed by our bodies, they allow CBD to be easily absorbed by our bodies as well.

DropBox’s Class 1, Division 1 modular lab units have cleanroom process areas and laboratory/R&D space that provide the proper environment for CBD extraction. 

Configured to meet the demands of your current operation, both standard models are customizable and configured to provide the ideal workflow. The extraction techniques that we discussed require large, heavy equipment. Our modular labs provide large, durable counters in order for lab technicians to work in a safe environment while avoiding damage to costly equipment. By using our product, companies are able to have an extraction lab that is easily transportable, quickly installed, ready to connect to power, water, and sewer, and finished in about half the time of traditional construction. DropBox Inc. allows lab technicians to perform their duties and quality control protocols in a remote setting!

For more information on DropBox Inc. and our modular labs, CONTACT US HERE or call us today at 740.532.7822.

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The Man Behind The Box: An Interview with DropBox Inc.'s President & CEO, Robert Slagel

Posted on Thu, Aug 01, 2019 @ 11:08 AM

DropBox Inc, Robert Slagel, ReinventingTheBoxAlmost 20 years ago, Robert Slagel founded DropBox Inc. He is still the President and CEO today. As he and his career continue to move forward, Mr. Slagel has been seen as an inspiration by the people of the Tri State area of Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia. Through his hard work and dedication, he is striving to bring people back to the Tri-State in order to not only sustain it, but to give it the opportunity to flourish into the place that it once was.

Mr. Slagel served on the Board of Directors for the Lawrence County Ohio Port Authority. This includes his work as the Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Port Authority in the city of Ironton, Ohio which he helped found. He also works closely with the Tri State Construction and Building Trades Council in the area of industrial economic development. Because of his involvement within the community, Mr. Slagel was named Entrepreneur of the Year in 2003, and he was awarded the 20 Under 40 title in 2004 which cited 20 people in the Huntington Area that had achieved significant accomplishments prior to turning 40 years old.

But who is the President and CEO of DropBox? What makes him the man that he is today? We sat down with Mr. Slagel for an interview where we were given the chance to learn more about what makes him tick!


Describe what your journey was like to get you to where you are today. 

"When I first went into business for myself, I had to wear "every hat" in the organization. I was the delivery boy, janitor, accountant, bookkeeper, HR Director, and CEO. As the company has grown, it has been nice to hand off many of those responsibilities by hiring additional staff."

What are your current goals?

"I currently have two goals that I wish to accomplish, and those two goals are very much synergistic. The first one is to grow jobs in Appalachia. The second is to restore a level of hope to the people of Appalachia through direct or indirect job creation."

Who is your biggest role model?

"My father, John Slagel. He is one of the most conservative people that I know. During the recessions of the 1980s and beyond, my father was able to keep our small, portable toilet company, Johnny on the Spot, alive for many years just by being frugal. He is the main reason that my business exists today. He is my hero."

What are you three biggest accomplishments?

"My three biggest accomplishments are talking my wife into marrying me, having my children, and developing a relationship with God."

How do you approach change?

"The only thing in this life that is a 'constant' is the fact that nothing ever stays the same. In business, I welcome change. I love change. If you are changing, then that means you are growing. A business that is not growing is dying. The only way for a business to ensure that it will have a long life is for it to continue to grow. I think of the quote from the racecar movie, Talladega Nights: 'If you are not first, then you are last.' In business, 'If you are not growing, then you are dying.'"

Why was DropBox created?

"DropBox was created to invent unique, turnkey tools for industry, in part, to convert and repurpose shipping containers. In the world that I lived in, I saw a need for contractors and industrial plants to have a turnkey solution for addressing needs on their projects. Portable restrooms, portable access control for manpower, portable showers, etc. I was fortunate enough to be able to repurpose shipping containers into some of these types of facilities. As our tagline says, we are 'REINVENTING the Box.'"

Were there any challenges that you faced starting out, and how did you overcome them? 

"Yes, there were challenges. As a matter of fact, there are just as many challenges today as there were 20 years ago when I started. Probably even more challenges. As you grow, the challenges become a bit more sophisticated. If you are in business for yourself, you have to be prepared for any challenges by staying focused on achieving your goals."

Where do you see DropBox going in the next two years, and how do you see yourself creating that change?

"I never know where exactly the company is going to go. I'll just listen to the customers and let them help me 'steer the ship.' Good relationships with our customers and paying attention to them have been very valuable throughout the years in helping us grow and morph. We are currently looking at a larger presence in Europe where we have patents in most of the EU countries."

What have been the biggest changes that you have seen from the start of DropBox to now?

"The development of the Internet. Back in the day when I started DropBox, I could hardly find a shipping container by searching in my Netscape browser. Today, I google "shipping container" and literally get hundreds of sites and suppliers!"

What do you enjoy doing during your free time?

"I love traveling with my family. Lately, I've taken some out-of-town trips with my wife and girls. And I must say, that has been very enjoyable. No doubt getting our whole family together in one place for a week or two at a time is a real treat! But on a more regular basis, I like to work around my house, drive the tractor, and play with my Labradors, Russell and Daisy. I also raise honeybees and laying hens. My bees and chickens, unlike my labs, are not all named yet!"

What advice do you have for people who are just starting out in their careers? 

"Working for yourself is very rewarding, but you have to be ready to work and never stop working. After I left my steady, secure job at the Corps of Engineers to focus on starting my business, I ran into an old co-worker. He asked me how I liked working for myself, and I told him that I loved it. I only work half-days now, and it doesn't matter whether it's the first 12 hours or the second 12 hours!"

How do you wish to be remembered?

"As the guy who helped restore pride back into Appalachia and specifically the Tri State area of Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia."


We would like to thank Robert Slagel for taking the time to answer our questions and allowing us to share his answers with our readers! For more information on DropBox Inc. and our products, CONTACT US HERE or call us now at 740.532.7822.

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Dropbox, Inc. Supports Booming LNG Industry with Modular Labs

Posted on Tue, Jul 30, 2019 @ 10:07 AM

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As Dropbox, Inc. continues to find ways to solve companies’ needs through our product solutions, there is one industry that we are very excited about getting involved with as it continues to move forward and grow. That industry is the Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) industry.

According to a leading marketing research company called Technavio, the global LNG market will be growing at a CAGR of 6%, and its year-over-year growth rate for 2019 is estimated to be 5.46%. From 2018 to 2023, the market is also expecting to see an incremental growth of $50.22 billion. With the market currently having only a few key players, many companies are eager to join this rising industry in order to succeed.

Some readers are probably asking themselves, “What is LNG, and why is it so prevalent?”

LNG is a non-toxic, non-corrosive, clear, and colorless liquid form of natural gas. Natural gas becomes liquefied when it is cooled to -260°F (-162°C). This allows the gas to be shrunken to 600 times its original volume so that it’s easier to ship and store. It’s also safer than its gaseous state because it’s unable to ignite while it’s liquefied unless it’s mixed with oxygen in a 5% to 15% ratio and combined with an ignition source of at least 1000°F. Once the LNG is placed where it needs to be, it’s turned back into gas through the process of regasification. Businesses and homes use natural gas for heat or to produce electricity.

The popularity of LNG is increasing because it’s not only cost-effective, but it’s environmentally-friendly as well. Transporting natural gas requires more space, and it can’t be stored in large quantities. LNG only takes up 1/600th of the volume of natural gas. Therefore, it would make more sense financially to liquefy natural gas because it can be shipped in larger quantities and makes shipping to long distances less expensive. Environmentally speaking, LNG is the cleanest fossil fuel compared to coal and oil because it produces less emissions and pollutants.

Dropbox Inc. offers modular labs that will provide LNG producers and consumers with the proper environments for upstream, midstream, and downstream energy services

Our customizable, modular labs are fully equipped to meet the specific needs of the producers and consumers of natural gas, LNGs, crude oil, refined products, and petrochemicals. Dropbox Inc. is currently working with top natural gas companies such as Enterprise Products Partners L.P. and Marcellus Shale Coalition by providing modular labs for natural gas treating/processing and hydraulic fracturing. As our company continues to modify the modular labs to support the LNG industry specifically, we look forward to the industry’s future successes and our opportunity to help contribute to that success.

For more information on DropBox Inc. and our modular labs, CONTACT US HERE or call us today at 740.532.7822.

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The 2019 Second Quarter Portable Solutions Group Major Award Winner

Posted on Thu, Jul 25, 2019 @ 10:07 AM

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In honor of his hard work and "can-do" attitude, Portable Solutions Group recognizes Nick McCarty as the 2019 second quarter recipient of its Major Award. Nick started in 2017 as a Design Engineer and was promoted to a Process Engineer in early 2019. Nick’s recent projects include MAC Lite development, welding mechanization implementation, and project leadership with the ODR Maher Terminal project for Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD).

For the ODR Maher Terminals project, Nick oversaw the day-to-day activities for the Engineering and Design Department and supported the manufacturing process through continuous coordination. The ODR Maher Terminals project was a “major” success thanks to Nick and all Portable Solutions Manufacturing (PSM) efforts. We revised the schedule early in the project by two weeks due to long lead materials but met the revised date. With all efforts, we completed a $2.15 million project in eighteen (18) weeks.

For the remainder of 2019, Nick will support material and labor cost saving goals for DropBox and MSSI standard products. We'd like to congratulate Nick for winning the Major Award and wish him continued success with our family of companies.

For more information on Dropbox Inc., CONTACT US HERE or call us at 740.532.7822.

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Legalization of Industrial Hemp Presents Opportunities for Dropbox Inc. and Modular Labs

Posted on Tue, Jul 23, 2019 @ 10:07 AM

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Throughout the years, the cannabis industry and anything related to it was viewed as dangerous by the general public due to its negative portrayal in media and reputation within society. However, this viewpoint is changing, and various industries are changing along with it. As more and more people are getting involved with the cannabis industry, there is one specific area that is becoming a driving force: hemp.

It’s important to note that hemp is not the same as marijuana. Rather it is its own strain of cannabis that lacks the high concentration of THC that marijuana has. THC is what causes the hallucinations and delusions that occur from using marijuana. Hemp contains high levels of CBD which has analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-anxiety properties. It’s also used to create commercial items such as paint, paper, plastic, and even clothing. Therefore, marijuana is primarily used for recreational purposes while hemp is used for medical/industrial purposes.

Hemp was commonly mistaken as marijuana until the U.S. Farm Bill was passed in 2018.

For many decades, hemp was included in the Controlled Substances Act alongside marijuana and its intoxicating elements. But on December 20, 2018, President Trump signed the U.S. Farm Bill that states that hemp is to be considered an agricultural product instead of a controlled substance. This prevents the Drug Enforcement Agency from being able to interfere with the interstate commerce of hemp products.

As a result of this bill, more companies are now taking part in the extraction, testing, and selling of hemp across the U.S. This requires a greater need for farmland, tools, technology, and more specifically labs. These labs must be able to provide the necessary environment for proper extraction and testing methods of hemp. What is the solution for this?

Dropbox, Inc. now offers Class 1, Division 1 modular lab units that have cleanroom process areas and laboratory/R&D space.

Whether you need an extraction lab, a propagation lab, or a plant tissue culture lab, Dropbox Inc. can meet the demands of your current operation. Both standard models of the modular lab are customizable and configured to provide the ideal workflow. This includes features such as large, durable counters that can hold heavy equipment and an HVAC system to remove chemical gases during certain extraction processes. From design to delivery, we build the modular lab the way that you want it and when you need it. Its turn-key, plug-and-play, and ready-to-use design makes it the best choice for extraction, testing, and much more.  

As the cannabis industry continues to grow, Dropbox Inc. is excited and ready to grow with it!

For more information on DropBox Inc. and our modular labs, CONTACT US HERE or call us today at 740.532.7822.

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The Endless Possibilities of Shipping Container Modifications

Posted on Thu, Jul 18, 2019 @ 11:07 AM

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The Endless Possibilities of Shipping Container Modifications

At DropBox Inc., the experience and quality of products with our custom shipping container modifications are ranked the best in the business where many are concerned. The products that DropBox Inc. provides to customers around the world have been utilized for a wide range of uses and ranked as premiere products within our industry. For our engineering and design team, a certain level of pride is earned when a customer’s site specific needs are met with a detail-oriented solution. The possibilities are endless, and the shipping container modifications we provide show that. We are experts in providing shipping container modifications within our industry and specialize in the engineering, designing, and building of containerized restrooms, portable labs, modular water filtration systems, battery/inverter storage, and much more. This has allowed DropBox Inc. to build custom, portable solutions for the military, commercial and industrial construction companies, utility providers, and government agencies. 

We are committed to the success of not only our products but also our customers. When we build your shipping container modification products, we build them the way that you want them, when you need them, and deliver them turn-key, plug-and-play, and ready to use. The possibilities are endless with our shipping container modifications, and our commitment to quality is unparalleled within the industry. 

Do you need a containerized portable lab, restroom, ground level office, or even something custom that will require some engineering/design help?

Well look no further! DropBox Inc. is here to provide the solution for you! 

With standard floor plans, as well as custom options, we are guaranteed to meet your site-specific shipping container modification needs. For more information on all of our shipping container modification engineering and design expertise and products, CONTACT US HERE or call us now at 740.532.7822.

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Custom Shipping Container Restrooms and Shipping Container Modifications

Posted on Fri, Jul 12, 2019 @ 14:07 PM

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Custom Shipping Container Restrooms and Shipping Container Modifications

At DropBox Inc., our shipping container restrooms are designed, engineered, and manufactured based on careful consideration of our clients site specific needs. Our containerized restrooms epitomize the latest and greatest in shipping container modification technology. Refined processes culminated via years of experience in shipping container modification have led to DropBox Inc. developing a wide range of customers in industries around the world and in environments both hot and cold, urban and rural.

Looking for safe and hygienic restroom facilities, but don't have the utilities readily available onsite? Worry not. DropBox Inc. offers shipping container restrooms that can be self-contained with holding tanks for both fresh and waste water. Our turn-key, plug-and-play design makes installation easy and requires little to no site work prior to the delivery of our containerized restrooms.

Shipping container restrooms from DropBox Inc. are available in 10', 20', 40', and custom size models. 

Our shipping container restrooms incorporate smart design elements such as a wide range of insulation and HVAC packages and commercial-grade fixtures that have been developed over the years.

The shipping container restrooms we build are relocatable and durable in order to meet the rigorous demands of industrial/commercial use. Dropbox Inc. also offers customizable floor plans and designs that are available to meet your specific needs. We are guaranteed to meet all of your restroom needs by providing internal and external wall finishes, flooring, partition styles, and self-containment solutions for remote locations, showers, lockers, and many other options.

At DropBox Inc., our shipping container restrooms have been developed with a focus on delivering turn-key, portable solutions and providing value over the full life of the restrooms. For more information on our shipping container modification capabilities, CONTACT US HERE or call us today at 740.532.7822.

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Blast Resistant Modules (BRM) for Refineries and Chemical Plants

Posted on Fri, Jul 05, 2019 @ 13:07 PM

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Blast Resistant Modules (BRM) for Refineries and Chemical Plants

DropBox, Inc. is an ISO shipping container modification company that engineers, designs, and builds custom portable solutions for customers around the world. Our standard line of containerized products and custom solutions have been developed for shipment worldwide. Standard products include, but are not limited to: Sanitation Stations (Commercial Quality Running Water Restrooms), Shower Trailers, DropOffice™ (Mobile Office), Mobile Tool Cribs, Decontamination Stations, Chemical Storage Units, High Security Storage, Wet & Dry CHU's, Laundry Units, and Blast Resistant Modules (BRM). 

Built using all-steel ISO shipping containers and/or specially designed steel kits as their base, our BRM units are constructed to perform when and where you need them. For use in refineries, chemical plants, and more, our BRMs are developed through our years of experience with ISO shipping container modifications. We've worked with customers to build Blast Resistant Modules for tool cribs, offices, break rooms, lunch rooms, and meeting space. 

Having an in-house team of engineers, designers, and CAD draftsmen gives DropBox Inc. the ability to deliver BRMs for sale in a wide range of shapes, sizes, and to meet site-specific specifications. Completely customized to meet your blast resistant needs, each customized BRM structure is designed and engineered to solve your onsite issues and be delivered turn-key to your site. Because the BRMs in our standard line are pre-engineered and designed, DropBox Inc. is able to save many customers significant amounts of time and money.

Our design and engineering team can modify any of our current products or start from scratch to meet your specific requirements. Custom options are limited only by your imagination and the total interior square footage of the chosen layout. 

If you’d like to learn more about our Blast Resistant Modules or any of our shipping container modifications CONTACT US HERE or call us at 740.532.7822.

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