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When it comes to high-quality shipping containers for sale and hire in Sydney, Tiger Containers is a name you can count on.
We offer various types of shipping containers, including high cube, open-top, side opening, flat rack and refrigerated containers of various sizes, from 10ft to 20ft and 40ft, all in stock and ready for delivery the next day.
Whether you need to buy or hire a shipping container for storage, shipping, a special project, or worksite needs, Tiger Containers will provide you with top of the line containers of every size, type and modification.
Currently, the sizes and models of shipping containers available for sale and hire include 10ft, 20ft and 40ft models, with refrigerated and standard options to choose from.
We have been supplying and modifying shipping containers for close to four decades now. This experience has made us more efficient and better at doing what we do. All the solutions we provide have been tried, tested and deemed to be effective. So you can rest easy with the knowledge that we don’t just know what we are doing, we’re good at it too.
We understand that the ‘one size fits all’ pricing strategy will not actually fit everyone, that’s why we keep a wide range of containers to suit every budget. We strive to ensure that our customers always get more than they pay for.
Containers might seem like difficult things to transport for people who don’t do it regularly. We have however perfected the art and will have your shipping container delivered to you with minimum delay to any location in and around Sydney. We can also arrange delivery to any part of New South Wales.
We have a depot in Sydney where customers can communicate with our staff directly and view our products. This makes conducting business a lot easier for people who prefer a personal touch.
How much does it cost to hire or buy a shipping container?
The cost of shipping containers varies depending on whether the container is new or second-hand and whether you buy or hire it. Another factor is the cost to transport the container from the depot to your location.
Why do shipping container prices fluctuate so much?
The global shipping container supply is based on market demand. If the demand for shipping containers is high, prices will naturally increase. In the aftermath of Covid-19 we have seen a global shipping container shortage. As a result, prices have surged and are expected to remain at an all-time high until late 2023.
What is your refund policy?
After 30 years in business, we take great pride in our excellent customer satisfaction rates. Should you however not be happy with your shipping container, please do not hesitate to contact us via 1800 072 039 or send us an email.
Why should I buy a shipping container?
Compared to long-term container hire, purchasing your shipping container outright is the more cost-effective option. Buying shipping containers is the number one solution for businesses requiring containers for longer periods and those who need to send containers overseas.
Whether you have goods to transport or require extra storage, buying a cargo container will give you flexibility and with new and used containers available, you’re sure to find the perfect solution for your budget.
Why should I hire a shipping container?
Do you only need a container for a month or two? Hiring shipping containers is the go to option for temporary and storage hire. Tiger Containers offers delivery across Australia and will arrange the pick up at the end of the agreed rental period.
What size shipping container should I get?
Tiger Containers currently offers three sizes of shipping and cargo containers: 10ft, 20ft and 40ft. Which size and type of container suits your needs best, depends on the intended use and where it will be placed. If you’re not sure what size container to hire or buy, our friendly team will be happy to discuss options with you.
What are shipping containers made of?
Our shipping containers are made from Corten steel and have plywood floors.
The containers walls are corrugated which adds strength to the containers.