40 foot high cube

40 Foot High Cube

High cube containers are the same as general containers, except they're about 300mm taller and are 2 pallets wide. People use them to carry goods that are light, but take up a lot of space; or items that are a little too tall for a general container.

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40 foot high cube refrigerated

40 Foot High Cube Refrigerated

High cube containers are the same as general containers, except they're about 300mm taller and are 2 pallets wide. People use them to carry goods that are light, but take up a lot of space; or items that are a little too tall for a general container. 

 

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40 foot general

40 Foot General

High cube containers are the same as general containers, except they're about 300mm taller and are 2 pallets wide. People use them to carry goods that are light, but take up a lot of space; or items that are a little too tall for a general container.

 

 

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20 foot flat rack

40 Foot Flat Rack

Flat rack containers are designed for oversized or very heavy items. They have no cover. Lashing points are fixed along the bottom rail. They should be loaded with corner posts up...

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20 foot general

20 Foot General

These are used to carry goods that require shelter from the elements but don't need to be kept at a certain temperature. They're made of steel with a wood or plywood floor.
You can upgrade to a ‘food quality' general container for items like canned or dry foodstuffs. General containers are also available with a door tied back for produce such an onio.

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20 foot refrigerated

20 Foot Refrigerated

Built especially for the carriage of cargo requiring temperature control. Each container has its own refrigeration unit. The floor is Aluminium T section. Along the wall is a red line above which cargo should not be stacked to ensure unrestricted airflow.

 

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CroppedImage890590 20 foot bolster

20 foot Bolster

Flat rack containers are designed for oversized or very heavy items. They have no cover.
Lashing points are fixed along the bottom rail. They should be loaded with corner posts up for ease of handling - even if cargo is oversized. The end walls fold down when not in use.

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20 foot flat rack

20 Foot Flat Rack

Flat rack containers are designed for oversized or very heavy items. They have no cover.
Lashing points are fixed along the bottom rail. They should be loaded with corner posts up for ease of handling - even if cargo is oversized. The end walls fold down when not in use.

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