Products

We only sell and deliver one product, shipping containers.

The shipping containers are 8 feet wide. The standard lengths are 20-foot and 40-foot. The standard height is 8’6” tall. But you can get more headroom with high cube containers which are 9’6” tall.

Containers are designed and built to withstand multiple years of service for shipping goods across different modes of transportation, including sea, rail, and road. They are constructed from corrosion-resistant steel and built to ensure the safety and security of cargo during transit.

We source containers from depots within our delivery area. They come in three grades or conditions, new one-trip, cargo worthy, and wind and watertight.

20-Foot New One-Trip

A 20-foot new one-trip container is a versatile, durable, and cost-effective solution for your storage, office, workspace, or retail needs.

These containers have only been used for a single trip. They may have some minor cosmetic imperfections or scratches from handling during transport, but they are essentially in like-new condition, ensuring long-lasting performance. They offer ample space and security for your belongings or projects.

This is an ideal container for residential, commercial, or industrial applications.

40-Foot New One-Trip

The 40-foot new one-trip container is a spacious, robust, and cost-effective solution for your storage, office, workspace, or retail needs. They offer twice the space of 20-foot containers.

These containers have only been used for a single trip. They may have some minor cosmetic imperfections or scratches from handling during transport, but they are essentially in like-new condition, ensuring long-lasting performance.

This container is perfect for when you need more space for residential, commercial, or industrial applications.

20-Foot Cargo Worthy

Cargo worthy containers have been used to transport goods anywhere from a few times up to 20 years. They are certified to be structurally sound and have the strength and stability to continue transporting goods. They can withstand exposure to water and weather which means they can keep their contents dry and protected.

You will see signs of wear and tear on cargo worthy containers such as scratches, dents, rust, paint wear, and floor wear. Yet they can still provide peace of mind and dependable performance when storing inventory, equipment, or personal belongings.

A 20-foot cargo-worthy shipping container is a reliable, sturdy, and cost-effective solution for your storage and renovation needs.

40-Foot Cargo Worthy

Just like its 20-foot cousin, 40-foot cargo worthy containers are a reliable choice for storage needs.

Their advantage is length which provides greater storage capacity and interior space for items such as machinery, vehicles, furniture, and household goods.

These containers are certified to be structurally sound.

20-Foot Wind and Watertight

Wind and watertight shipping containers are no longer suitable for transporting goods, but they can still protect your belongings from wind, rain, and moisture. There are significant signs of wear and tear including areas that were previously repaired.

Wind and watertight containers can be an economical choice for secure, weather-resistant storage when aesthetics is not a concern.

40-Foot Wind and Watertight

A 40-foot wind and watertight container provides more spacious storage for a wide range of items, from household goods and equipment to inventory and supplies.

These containers are not pretty yet they can still protect from wind, rain, and moisture.

Just like 20-foot containers, they are an economical choice for secure, weather-resistant storage when aesthetics is not a concern.

Door Configurations

Containers normally come with doors at one end of the container. But you can get containers with optional door configurations.

Keep in mind that these special door containers cost significantly more. Scroll down to see available options.

Double Doors

Doors on both ends of the container.

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Side Door

A door on one side of the container and a door at the end of the container.

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Four Side Doors

Four doors on one side of the container. Think of the openings like barn stalls; you could put a wall between each stall. There is still a door at the end of the container.

Full Open Side

One side of the container completely opens. The is still a door at the end of the container.

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20-Foot Shipping Containers

The standard 20-foot container is a popular choice for residential and small-scale commercial purposes.