Used 40ft High Cube Container
Let’s tick off a few more interesting new stats of what fits inside a 40ft High Cube shipping container:
About 50,000 bananas (depending on their size)
200 full-sized mattresses
400 flat-screen televisions
Around 60 fridges
A large car or 2 small cars
Over 1000 25kg bags of cement
Almost half a million eggs
9600 wine bottles
You’re starting to get the idea. It’s actually quite amazing what will fit inside one standard 20ft shipping container.
Of course, what you can squeeze into the container also depends largely on the shapes of the items and how well organised your packing of the container is. The use of packing materials, such as blankets and protective sponge, will also need to be factored in.
The New 40ft High Cube shipping container is the most popular for good reason. It’s much cheaper to hire and transport than a 40-foot container, and on most occasions, the 20ft container is comfortably roomy enough for most peoples’ requirements.
Used 40Ft HC Container
The 40ft high cube container has an exterior height of 9’6” which is 1 foot taller than the standard height of shipping containers. They are designed to accommodate those needing to store or transport larger oversized items that don’t fit inside standard height containers.
A one trip container is only ship once from the factory to the USA. This container is build with 14 gauge CORTEN anti-corrosive steel. CORTEN steel has better rust properties than conventional steel. This contributes to the improved longevity shipping containers.
The container floors are build with 1-1/8” marine grade plywood. The quality of this plywood surpasses that of regular plywood because it has a high density, which helps prevent fungi and termites.
- CORTEN anti-corrosive all steel construction
- Marine grade plywood
- Secure lockbox
- Manufactured to ISO Specifications
- Forklift Pockets (on most units)
- Side vents for airflow
- Secure & Watertight
- Ground Level Access
- New Container
- Temporary or Permanent Storage
- Delivery Available via tilt-bed or flatbed trailer. Note: Delivery by flatbed requires a forklift to offload the container at the delivery location.
- Delivery Requires 80-100ft of space
- Fork Pockets (on most units)