The versatile 20-foot standard shipping container is the industry standard for portable storage and intermodal transportation. Interport’s 20-foot dry containers are easy to load, access, and handle. Plus they can hold high-density products such as metal or dried grains and remain within weight limits.
Interport’s versatile 20-foot double-door shipping containers feature doors at both the front and back of each unit for easy access to store, retrieve, and sort goods or materials. Interport’s 20-foot double-door shipping containers can also be loaded with high-density product and still remain within weight limits.
Interport’s DuoCon shipping containers offer the storage capacity of a 20-foot container, the ease of access of a double-door unit, and the flexibility of two separate spaces. Our 2x10 DuoCon containers are two 10-foot shipping containers welded front-to-front to fit the form of a standard 20-foot shipping container.
Interport’s 20-foot refrigerated shipping containers (also referred to as 20-foot reefers) have factory-installed refrigeration units that provide the coldest temperatures and lowest humidity of all available container options. They protect food, chemicals, paper, and more from heat, mold, and condensation.
Interport’s 20-foot insulated shipping containers are ideal when fluctuations in interior temperature need to be limited and the containers’ contents require protection from condensation and mold. Our insulated shipping containers are used to store and transport a range of goods including food, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, electronics, paper, and leather.
Interport’s 20-foot open-top shipping containers are a convenient solution when items must be loaded and unloaded from above by crane or are too tall to fit in a standard container. Our open-top shipping containers are ideal for bulk grains, recyclables, large generators, engine parts, and much more.
Interport’s 20-foot collapsible-end flatrack containers address many specialized shipping challenges and can be employed in a variety of ways. With panels at either end but no side walls, collapsible-end flatrack shipping containers are mainly used to transport oversized loads or special-project cargo.