Interport’s 40-foot double-door shipping containers offer superior value and convenience. Doors at both the front and back of the unit provide easy access to store, retrieve, and sort goods or materials. Our 40-foot double-door shipping containers, featuring nearly the same capacity as a two-car garage, easily handle bulky or lightweight cargo or equipment.
Interport’s spacious 40-foot refrigerated shipping containers (also referred to as 40-foot reefers) have factory-installed refrigeration units that provide the coldest temperatures and lowest humidity available in shipping containers. Our 40-foot refrigerated containers also provide exceptional value for storing, transporting, and protecting pharmaceuticals, food, electronics, and more from heat, mold, and condensation.
Interport’s 40-foot insulated shipping containers keep interior container temperatures stable and provide exceptional storage value. Our spacious temperature-controlled 40-foot insulated shipping containers have myriad applications including the safe, dry storage of food, fishing bait, furniture, paper goods, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, or electronics.
Interport’s 40-foot open-top shipping containers provide convenience and space when items must be loaded and unloaded from the top or are too tall to fit in a standard shipping container. The roof bows and tarpaulin on our open-top containers are completely removable and can be securely fastened for a weatherproof seal.
Interport’s 40-foot collapsible-end flat rack containers are engineered to address highly specialized shipping challenges. With panels at either end but no side walls, flat rack shipping containers are primarily used to transport oversized cargo such as vehicles and machinery.
Interport’s 40-foot shipping containers provide safe storage and are an economical alternative to permanent structures. They make portable storage or intermodal transportation of bulky or oversized items efficient and cost-effective – one storage container holds everything. In addition, with their ground-level access, 40-foot containers can be repurposed as office space, classrooms, or other temporary modular building structures. And from our state-of-the-art 12,000-square-foot modification shop Interport offers a range of shipping container modifications.
Buy Shipping Container Solutions Straight From the Source™ for the best selection, quality, and service. Interport has a large inventory of new and used 40-foot shipping containers for immediate sale. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff can guide you through your options for container modification and delivery.
Note: Our 40-foot shipping containers have approximately the same capacity as a two-car garage and require 110 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.
40ft. Shipping Containers FAQ
How much does a 40ft. shipping container cost?
A standard 40ft. shipping container can cost anywhere between $3,700 and $4,200. The price does not account for additional costs associated with delivery of the container.
What are the dimensions of a 40ft. shipping container?
We measure our shipping containers according to the International Organization for Standardization or ISO for container dimensions. The dimensions of a standard 40ft. shipping container are 40ft. length by 8ft. width by 8ft. 6in exterior, while a 39ft. 5in length by 7ft. 8in width by 7ft. 10in interior.
What can you fit in a 40ft. shipping container?
A 40ft. shipping container can accommodate the household goods of a two to three-bedroom apartment. At its capacity, a 40ft. container can fit around 800 flat screen TVs, 400 standard mattresses, as well as 4 compact cars.
How much does a 40ft. 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 typical 40ft. shipping container’s tare weight is around 8,380 lbs., while—with the added payload—maximum gross weight is about 66,139 lbs.