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  • Interport offers one of the Northeast’s largest selections of new and used shipping containers for sale. Our extensive inventory of steel shipping container types includes standard dry vans, double-door, insulated and refrigerated units, open-top, and flat rack containers in 10-foot, 20-foot, 40-foot, and high-cube sizes.

  • Interport offers one of the Northeast’s largest selections of new and used shipping containers for sale. Our extensive inventory of steel shipping container types includes standard dry vans, double-door, insulated and refrigerated units, open-top, and flat rack containers in 10-foot, 20-foot, 40-foot, and high-cube sizes.

  • Interport’s 10-foot metal shipping containers are the most compact of our shipping container options. Our 10-foot shipping containers are ideal for when space is tight, flexibility is in order, and durability is essential. Interport’s 10-foot containers are especially useful in confined or constrained urban locations.
    Interport’s 20-foot steel shipping containers are ideally suited for storage and for myriad other applications including office space or warehousing. Our 20-foot shipping containers can be loaded with high-density product, such as scrap metal or dried grains, and still remain within weight limits for portable storage or shipping. Interport offers 20-foot shipping containers in a variety of models, new and used: standard (dry), high-cube, double-door, insulated, refrigerated, open-top, and collapsible-end flatrack.
    Nothing fits the bill better than 40-foot shipping containers when the job calls for capacity. Interport’s spacious 40-foot shipping containers suit numerous needs including the storage of raw material, excess inventory, equipment, and machinery. Interport offers a large array of 40-foot shipping container types, new and used: standard (dry), high-cube, double-door, high-cube double-door, insulated, refrigerated, high-cube refrigerated, open-top, and collapsible-end flat rack.
    High-cube shipping containers are the ideal solution for the storage or shipping of materials requiring increased cubic capacity. In contrast to our standard 8-foot-6-inch container height, high-cube shipping containers are 9 feet 6 inches tall. There’s more space to stack stored material higher and to hold lightweight, bulky cargo. The extra room in high-cube containers makes them versatile for both portable storage and intermodal transportation. High-cubes are popular for commercial, industrial, and municipal uses, plus an endless array of other applications.
  • Interport offers steel double-door shipping containers featuring doors at both the front and back of the unit. Double doors provide easy access to store, retrieve, and sort goods or materials. With the addition of a partition, double-door shipping containers can be modified to create separate spaces for storage or container offices or to set up a pair of retail kiosks.
    Interport’s flat rack shipping containers are versatile and the answer to many specialized shipping challenges. Our flat rack shipping containers have a strong steel platform and collapsible ends. There are no side walls, which makes the flat rack containers ideal for transporting over-sized loads, vehicles, and machinery. Loading is done from the top or sides. Flat rack shipping containers are also popular for agriculture storage solutions such as transporting and storing grains, feeds, and wood. Farms and construction sites frequently use flat racks as temporary bridges to span ditches and creeks. When not in use, the collapsible ends fold down on top of the platform making flat racks easy to stack and store.
    Interport’s insulated steel shipping containers, technically non-working refrigerated containers, are airtight and fully insulated on all sides.
    Interport’s open-top steel shipping containers provide flexibility for loading and storage. Open-top ISO containers can be loaded and unloaded from the top by crane when items are too bulky or too tall to fit in a standard or high-cube container. The roof bows and tarpaulins on our open-top shipping containers are completely removable allowing for as much height as you need. Secure eyelet and grommet fasteners and solid cord TIR cables provide a tight security seal for shipment. Our open-top shipping containers offer the most convenience for holding machinery, engine parts, grains, recyclables, or any other hard-to-load product.
    Interport’s refrigerated shipping containers (called “reefers”) keep perishables and other goods cold and moisture-free. Reefers can either be used as coolers or freezers. Their quiet operation makes them a convenient cold-storage option for work sites as well as public venues. Our refrigerated shipping containers are ideal for storing meats, dairy, produce, flowers, bait and tackle, and more. The airtight steel construction safely protects contents from mold and condensation.
    Standard shipping containers (also known as dry shipping containers or dry van shipping containers) are the most common type of shipping container. The terms dry and dry van refer to the shipping in containers of cargo other than liquid carried in bulk. Interport offers dry shipping containers in 10-foot, 20-foot, 40-foot, and high-cube sizes. All of our new and used standard shipping containers are weatherproof and watertight and made of corrosion-resistant Corten steel, and they come with treated plywood floors, side vents, and securely closing swing doors.
  • By Size
    Interport’s 10-foot metal shipping containers are the most compact of our shipping container options. Our 10-foot shipping containers are ideal for when space is tight, flexibility is in order, and durability is essential. Interport’s 10-foot containers are especially useful in confined or constrained urban locations.
    Interport’s 20-foot steel shipping containers are ideally suited for storage and for myriad other applications including office space or warehousing. Our 20-foot shipping containers can be loaded with high-density product, such as scrap metal or dried grains, and still remain within weight limits for portable storage or shipping. Interport offers 20-foot shipping containers in a variety of models, new and used: standard (dry), high-cube, double-door, insulated, refrigerated, open-top, and collapsible-end flatrack.
    Nothing fits the bill better than 40-foot shipping containers when the job calls for capacity. Interport’s spacious 40-foot shipping containers suit numerous needs including the storage of raw material, excess inventory, equipment, and machinery. Interport offers a large array of 40-foot shipping container types, new and used: standard (dry), high-cube, double-door, high-cube double-door, insulated, refrigerated, high-cube refrigerated, open-top, and collapsible-end flat rack.
    High-cube shipping containers are the ideal solution for the storage or shipping of materials requiring increased cubic capacity. In contrast to our standard 8-foot-6-inch container height, high-cube shipping containers are 9 feet 6 inches tall. There’s more space to stack stored material higher and to hold lightweight, bulky cargo. The extra room in high-cube containers makes them versatile for both portable storage and intermodal transportation. High-cubes are popular for commercial, industrial, and municipal uses, plus an endless array of other applications.
  • By Type
    Interport offers steel double-door shipping containers featuring doors at both the front and back of the unit. Double doors provide easy access to store, retrieve, and sort goods or materials. With the addition of a partition, double-door shipping containers can be modified to create separate spaces for storage or container offices or to set up a pair of retail kiosks.
    Interport’s flat rack shipping containers are versatile and the answer to many specialized shipping challenges. Our flat rack shipping containers have a strong steel platform and collapsible ends. There are no side walls, which makes the flat rack containers ideal for transporting over-sized loads, vehicles, and machinery. Loading is done from the top or sides. Flat rack shipping containers are also popular for agriculture storage solutions such as transporting and storing grains, feeds, and wood. Farms and construction sites frequently use flat racks as temporary bridges to span ditches and creeks. When not in use, the collapsible ends fold down on top of the platform making flat racks easy to stack and store.
    Interport’s insulated steel shipping containers, technically non-working refrigerated containers, are airtight and fully insulated on all sides.
    Interport’s open-top steel shipping containers provide flexibility for loading and storage. Open-top ISO containers can be loaded and unloaded from the top by crane when items are too bulky or too tall to fit in a standard or high-cube container. The roof bows and tarpaulins on our open-top shipping containers are completely removable allowing for as much height as you need. Secure eyelet and grommet fasteners and solid cord TIR cables provide a tight security seal for shipment. Our open-top shipping containers offer the most convenience for holding machinery, engine parts, grains, recyclables, or any other hard-to-load product.
    Interport’s refrigerated shipping containers (called “reefers”) keep perishables and other goods cold and moisture-free. Reefers can either be used as coolers or freezers. Their quiet operation makes them a convenient cold-storage option for work sites as well as public venues. Our refrigerated shipping containers are ideal for storing meats, dairy, produce, flowers, bait and tackle, and more. The airtight steel construction safely protects contents from mold and condensation.
    Standard shipping containers (also known as dry shipping containers or dry van shipping containers) are the most common type of shipping container. The terms dry and dry van refer to the shipping in containers of cargo other than liquid carried in bulk. Interport offers dry shipping containers in 10-foot, 20-foot, 40-foot, and high-cube sizes. All of our new and used standard shipping containers are weatherproof and watertight and made of corrosion-resistant Corten steel, and they come with treated plywood floors, side vents, and securely closing swing doors.