20 feet standart container

Can be used in all types of transportation. It can also be used for dry food transportation as possible to accommodate passenger packages on ships

Inner sizes Length: 5.90 Width: 2.35 Height: 2.38
Door sizes (m) Length: 2.34 Width: 2.27
Cargo volume (m3) 33
Cargo weight (kg) 17500

20 feet flat container

It is especially used for heavy and wide-body loads.

Inner sizes Length: 5.90 Width: 2.43 Height: 2.23
Door sizes (m) -
Cargo volume (m3) -
Cargo weight (kg) 17500

20 feet tank container

The use of the tank container depends on some standards. Contains only one type of liquid product. The container is split into two sections for two different products. 80% of the container is filled to avoid any problems during transportation.

20 feet bulk container

Usually used for dry casting cargo. Each container has 3 lids and these lids are used for loading and unloading operations.

40 feet high cube container

High-cube containers are similar in structure to standard containers, but taller. In contrast to standard containers, which have a maximum height of 2591 mm (8'6"), high-cube containers are 2896 mm, or 9'6", tall. High-cube containers are for the most part 40' long, but are sometimes made as 45' containers.

Inner sizes Length: 12.02 Width: 2.35 Height: 2.69
Door sizes (m) Length: 2.34 Width: 5.28
Cargo volume (m3) 76
Cargo weight (kg) 20000

40 feet flat container

The 40ft Flat container is available with walls that are fixed, or folding ends. They are commonly used for the stowage of heavy loads and/or load sizes which simply don't fit into containers that have fixed walls For transport of certain cargoes, flatracks may be provided with stanchions.

Inner sizes Length: 12.08 Width: 2.13 Height: 2.04
Door sizes (m) -
Cargo volume (m3) -
Cargo weight (kg) 20000