40 foot high-cube refrigerated container

40FT. HIGH-CUBE INSULATED CONTAINER

40-FOOT HIGH-CUBE INSULATED CONTAINERS FOR SALE (NON-FUNCTIONING REEFERS)

With an additional foot of height for more capacity to store goods and materials, the spacious 40-foot high-cube insulated shipping container provides the most value in temperature-sensitive storage or transportation. Interport’s 40-foot insulated high-cube containers minimize fluctuations in interior temperatures and are ideal for protecting goods such as food, pharmaceuticals, furniture and paper against mold and condensation.

Interport offers refrigerated shipping containers, insulated (non-working reefer) containers, and standard containers modified with insulation.  It’s important to know the difference when selecting an insulated container solution.

Interport offers a wide selection of 40-foot high-cube insulated shipping containers, available for immediate sale and next-business-day delivery.

  • 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
    • Airtight
    • Fully insulated on all sides
    • Minimize fluctuations in interior temperatures
    • Low interior humidity
    • Construction with stainless steel and aluminum
    • Weatherproof design
    • Watertight construction
    • Ground-level entry
    • Containers are 30-ton-rated
    • Securely closing cargo doors
    • Requires 120 feet of straight running room for delivery by tilt-bed truck. Alternatively, delivery by flatbed or low-boy (low-bed) trailer or chassis is available but requires a crane or forklift on site
  • How are the shipping containers delivered?
    Interport outsources its delivery service to third-party trucking companies. Containers can be delivered by either flatbed, tilt-bed, low-boy (low-bed) trailer, or chassis. Please note container delivery by flatbed, low-boy (low-bed) trailer, or chassis requires a forklift or crane at the delivery site. Alternatively, you can arrange for pick-up at Interport using a trucking company of your choice.
    How should I prepare the ground for delivery?
    Your shipping container should be placed on firm, dry, level ground, i.e. pavement, gravel, or hard dirt. If your container is being delivered by flatbed trailer, you’ll need a crane or forklift onsite at the time of delivery so you can lift the container off the truck.
  • 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
    • Airtight
    • Fully insulated on all sides
    • Minimize fluctuations in interior temperatures
    • Low interior humidity
    • Construction with stainless steel and aluminum
    • Weatherproof design
    • Watertight construction
    • Ground-level entry
    • Containers are 30-ton-rated
    • Securely closing cargo doors
    • Requires 120 feet of straight running room for delivery by tilt-bed truck. Alternatively, delivery by flatbed or low-boy (low-bed) trailer or chassis is available but requires a crane or forklift on site
  • FAQs
    How are the shipping containers delivered?
    Interport outsources its delivery service to third-party trucking companies. Containers can be delivered by either flatbed, tilt-bed, low-boy (low-bed) trailer, or chassis. Please note container delivery by flatbed, low-boy (low-bed) trailer, or chassis requires a forklift or crane at the delivery site. Alternatively, you can arrange for pick-up at Interport using a trucking company of your choice.
    How should I prepare the ground for delivery?
    Your shipping container should be placed on firm, dry, level ground, i.e. pavement, gravel, or hard dirt. If your container is being delivered by flatbed trailer, you’ll need a crane or forklift onsite at the time of delivery so you can lift the container off the truck.