Yes! We sell new and used shipping containers of all sizes nationwide. If you are looking to buy shipping containers we are your go-to source.
We will deliver the storage container rental promptly to your desired location. Delivery fees vary so check with your sales rep to confirm shipping costs. We utilize trucks in varying sizes to ensure we can place your shipping container rental exactly where you need it.
The main concern is that the surface is fairly level, smooth, and firm. The truck and trailer weigh over 30,000 lbs. A concrete pad, asphalt paving or other sturdy surface is preferred, and most drivers will not drive off of a road or paved surface. If you need an off-road delivery, it is best to discuss the road condition in advance. In considering the resting location for a container, please know that asphalt, gravel, grass, earth, and concrete surfaces are all acceptable. The shipping container is self-supporting at the four corners. Therefore, on soft unstable surfaces we recommend each corner casting to be supported with a concrete footing, railroad ties, asphalt or a bed of gravel to spread the weight. This is also very important for the shipping container doors to operate smoothly. Proper placement will ensure your storage container rental operates smoothly.
Our conex container rental units are extremely durable. They consist of 14-gauge corrugated steel sides 14-gauge steel roof, 14-gauge steel cam-locking double doors and 1-1/8″ thick wood floors. Shipping containers are known for their durability and ability to withstand harsh conditions. If you are needing to store material there is not a better solution than container rental.
All of our storage container rentals are going to be light beige in color and will be clean inside and out. We take pride in our fleet and want our containers to blend into your property- not to be an eyesore.
A “High Cube” refers to a container that is 9′ 6” tall. This is one foot taller than a traditional shipping container.
An empty 20ft shipping container weighs around 4,585 lbs, and an empty 40ft shipping container weighs 8,268 lbs.