New & Used Shipping Containers.
Used shipping containers come in a wide variety of conditions and sizes.
We’ll assist you with getting one that fits your need.
One Trip Containers.
One Trip shipping containers are “like new” and have been used on one ocean-going trip on a cargo ship. They are generally under 1 year old, and are in excellent structural condition, and look great (but may still have a dent here and there).
CWO – Cargo Worthy.
A used shipping container can still be classified as cargo worthy (CWO) if it meets the standards set forth by the International Maritime Organization to be stacked while loaded on a cargo ship. All CWO grade containers will have surface rust.
WWT – Wind & Water Tight.
Wind & Water Tight (WWT) containers are often used as storage containers. While they can no longer be stacked 7-high while loaded, they are still structurally sound and weather tight. All WWT containers can be repaired to CWO.
Refrigerated containers also known as reefers are available.
A Reefer is an intermodal container (shipping container) used in intermodal freight transport that is refrigerated for the transportation of temperature-sensitive cargo.