Standard Styles & Types

  • 20’ Standard Steel ISO Shipping Container
  • 40’ Standard Steel Shipping Container
  • 40’ High Cube Steel Shipping Container
  • Refrigerated 20’and 40’ Shipping Containers
  • Specialty Equipment
  • Chassis, Flat racks, Open tops, Platforms,
  • Refrigerated Containers, Side opening Containers,
  • Double Door Containers, 10’ Containers,and Trailers


  20′ Standard
40′ Standard
40’ High Cube
 External 8’W x 8’6″H x 20″L 8’W x 8’6″H x 40″L 8’W x 9’6″H x 40″L
Internal 7’8″W x 7’10″H x 19’4″L 7’8″W x 7’10″H x 39’5″L 7’8″W x 8’10″H x 39’5″L
Door Openings 7’8″W x 7’5″H 7’8″W x 7’5″H 7’8″W x 8’5″H
Cubic Capacity 1,173 cu. ft.. 2,391 cu. ft. 2,684 cu. ft.
Max. Load Wt. 39,640 lbs. 58,570 lbs. 57,434 lbs.
 Tare Weight 5,160 lbs. 8,630 lbs. 9,766 lbs.
 Floors are 1 1/4″ marine wood plank.
 Steel Reinforcement Cross Beams every 12-18”
 Wide, easy to open 8′ double doors at one end.
ISO Container Grades

“One Trip” New – Commonly defined as a structurally sound new production container that has been shipped one way loaded from the factory and off hired in the US.

Cargo Worthy – A container that is used, structurally sound, in good condition and inspected for one way movement of cargo.

Wind and Weather Tight – A used container that is square, the doors open and close properly, the floors are sold and it doesn’t leak.

As Is – A container that is sold without any guarantees of merchantability. It may or may not be weather tight.

How to view a container

  1. Considered the “Exterior Front End” end of the container
  2. Considered the “Rear End” of the container where the cargo doors reside
  3. Considered the “Interior Front End” of the container
  4. Considered the “Left Side” of the container
  5. Considered the “Right Side” of the container
  6. Considered the “Roof” of the container
  7. Considered the “Undercarriage” of the container