Containers

Inventory Categories

Storage Containers fall into two basic categories:

Used containers: units that have been used in global shipping. Age will average 5-15 years of service. These containers will display shipping logos, and age appropriate wear and usage.

One Trip Containers: units that have brought one load of cargo overseas, and are released into the domestic market to provide a clean, fresh container for the storage or modification industry. One trip containers are painted a light neutral containers are painted a light neutral color with only minimal signs of shipping use.

Inventory Sizes

8×10

  • Storage
  • Custom built from One Trip Units

8×20

  • Used
  • One Trip
  • One Trip High Cube

8×40

  • Used
  • One Trip
  • High Cube Used or One Trip

Condition of Equipment

One trip: These are the newest units available in the states. They have hauled one load of overseas cargo.

  • Come in tan or gray color
  • Don’t have logos or decals covering the sides
  • Clean inside and out
  • Won’t require maintenance for years
  • Easier to use doors.
  • Seal tighter than older units.
  • Minor scrapes or dents, compared to other units
  • If appearance is important, these are in the best shape

Used Containers: We grade our used containers to allow customers to get the nicest container in their price range.

Cargo Worthy These units are the best used containers we can buy. They will have some dents, wear and tear, and some rust. They will also have logo decals and vary in color. Condition is good enough for overseas shipping. These will comparable condition to what you see on rail cars.

Wind/Water Tight: Units that will have enough wear and age that they are sold off by the leasing companies. They have been patched or sections replaced. Dents and rust will be present, but no holes. Serviceable seals around the doors.

As Is: We usually have a few units that fall in this category. Sometimes they are older rental containers which have been painted, or they may be containers that are just in rough condition. Each container is priced on it’s own merit.