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10ft. Standard (Dry) Container

Interport’s 10-foot standard steel shipping containers are the perfect solution when storage is in order but space is an issue. Our 10-foot dry containers are the smallest-sized standard shipping containers, offering about half the storage capacity of a one-car garage.

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The corrosion-resistant Corten steel exterior and treated plywood floor make 10-foot shipping containers a popular alternative to sheds for storing bicycles, lawn mowers, tools, and gardening and pool equipment. Two or more 10-foot shipping containers can also take the place of one larger storage container when supplies need to be separated or containers need to fit on a congested site.

Interport has a wide selection of high-quality new and used 10-foot shipping containers for sale and available for next-business-day delivery. Our 10-foot steel containers can also be easily modified with paint, insulation, lock boxes and more at our state-of-the-art 12,000-square-foot modification shop. Buy Container Solutions Straight From the Source™ and get the storage solutions you require and the quality you desire.
 

10ft. Shipping Containers FAQ

How much does a 10ft. shipping container cost?

A typical new standard 10ft. shipping container can cost anywhere between $3,000 – $3,500. This does not account for additional costs associated with delivery of the container.

What are the dimensions of a 10ft. shipping container?

Shipping containers use the International Organization for Standardization, or ISO, for container dimensions. The dimensions of a standard 10ft. shipping container are 10ft. length by 8ft. width by 8ft. 6in exterior, while a 9ft. 2in length by 7ft. 7in width by 8ft. 6in interior.

What can you fit in a 10ft. shipping container?

What you use this 10ft. shipping container for depends on the situation. The smaller sized container is perfect for customers that have limited space. The compact size of these containers makes it easy to maneuver, great for use as a shed on residential property or in urban settings. To put the size into perspective, a 10ft. shipping container has about half the storage space of a one car garage.

How much does a 10ft. shipping container weigh?

Shipping containers have 2 types of weight, tare and gross. Tare weight is the weight of an empty container, while gross is the weight with the added payload. A 10ft. shipping container’s average tare weight is around 2,870 lbs., while—with the added payload—maximum gross weight is about 22,400 lbs.