Office and Site Containers
As the name suggests, these containers are converted into on-site offices. They are popular in the construction industry but can fit to suit any environment that needs a temporary, moveable, and well-secured office space.
Side Opening Containers
These containers are suitable for loading through a forklift or for extra-wide cargos, and it allows bulky loads to be loaded quickly and easily.
These containers are made for cargos that are to be loaded via crane. After loading the container, it can be covered with a detachable tarp.
Also called “reefer” containers, these containers come with an inbuilt thermostat that regulates the temperature of the container’s interior.
With these containers, you can maintain an even refrigerated temperature. Hence, they are fit for perishable cargo.
The flat rack containers
Their walls can be collapsed for easy storage and movement, and they are like flat-pack furniture.
Containers for dangerous goods
People looking to transport or store dangerous items like acids, harmful chemicals, and specific electronic devices will find this type of containers useful. They are specifically designed to store and transport these dangerous cargos.
General Purpose Shipping Containers
This is the most common of the container types and are mostly used in cargo transportation or as a storage facility.
High Cube Shipping Container
The high cube containers are almost like the general-purpose containers, but they offer an extra foot of internal height. Thus, they are fit for cargo that is a bit taller than usual.