40ft high cube container

40FT. HIGH-CUBE CONTAINER

40-FOOT HIGH CUBE CONTAINERS NEW & USED FOR SALE

Interport’s 40-foot high-cube shipping containers offer the most value in portable storage. Equipment fits easily into the 40-foot high-cube container, which features approximately the same capacity as a two-car garage. These shipping containers are also best suited for shipping bulky lightweight cargo in a single container. In addition, the 40-foot high-cube container can be fitted out as mobile container office or classroom space or another building type. Interport’s friendly and knowledgeable staff can guide you through the range of standard and custom modification options.

Buying from Interport means buying straight from the source. We have the Northeast’s largest selection of new and used 40-foot high-cube shipping containers ready for immediate purchase and next-business-day delivery. When more space equals more convenience, Interport’s 40-foot high-cube shipping containers are the ultimate container solution.

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    Exterior Interior Door Capacity
    Length: 20ft. Length: 19ft. 4in. Width: 7ft. 8in. Gross: 67,197 lbs
    Width: 8ft. Width: 7ft. 7in. Height: 8ft. 4in. Payload: 62,567 lbs
    Height: 9ft. 6in Height: 8ft. 8in. Tare Weight: 4,630 lbs
    • Corten steel construction
    • Weatherproof design
    • Watertight construction
    • Ground-level entry
    • Lock boxes available on new containers
    • New containers are 30-ton-rated floors
    • Load-rated plywood flooring
    • Side vents for airflow
    • Securely closing swing doors
    • Lock boxes available on new containers
    • Forklift pockets on new containers
    • Requires 120 feet of straight running room for delivery by tilt-bed truck. Delivery by low-boy (low-bed) trailer or chassis requires a crane or forklift onsite
  • What materials make up a shipping container?
    New ISO containers are constructed of steel with marine-grade plywood flooring.
    Are the shipping containers new or used?
    Interport sells both new and used containers. New containers come direct from the factory, as one-trip units, meaning they have only been used to carry freight once. Used containers are available in a range of conditions. Interport categorizes containers into four classifications.
    What are the most common shipping container uses?
    Container uses include weather-tight storage, overseas shipping, portable offices and restrooms, modular buildings, machinery and equipment storage, military command centers, hunting shelters, and much more. For more popular modifications, view our shipping container modifications and customization options.
  • Specifications

    high-cube-container-illustration

    Exterior Interior Door Capacity
    Length: 20ft. Length: 19ft. 4in. Width: 7ft. 8in. Gross: 67,197 lbs
    Width: 8ft. Width: 7ft. 7in. Height: 8ft. 4in. Payload: 62,567 lbs
    Height: 9ft. 6in Height: 8ft. 8in. Tare Weight: 4,630 lbs
  • Features
    • Corten steel construction
    • Weatherproof design
    • Watertight construction
    • Ground-level entry
    • Lock boxes available on new containers
    • New containers are 30-ton-rated floors
    • Load-rated plywood flooring
    • Side vents for airflow
    • Securely closing swing doors
    • Lock boxes available on new containers
    • Forklift pockets on new containers
    • Requires 120 feet of straight running room for delivery by tilt-bed truck. Delivery by low-boy (low-bed) trailer or chassis requires a crane or forklift onsite
  • FAQs
    What materials make up a shipping container?
    New ISO containers are constructed of steel with marine-grade plywood flooring.
    Are the shipping containers new or used?
    Interport sells both new and used containers. New containers come direct from the factory, as one-trip units, meaning they have only been used to carry freight once. Used containers are available in a range of conditions. Interport categorizes containers into four classifications.
    What are the most common shipping container uses?
    Container uses include weather-tight storage, overseas shipping, portable offices and restrooms, modular buildings, machinery and equipment storage, military command centers, hunting shelters, and much more. For more popular modifications, view our shipping container modifications and customization options.