Specialty Equipment

20′ Open Top

Cargo Shipping:
These containers are designed to transport cargo that is too tall to fit into a 20ft or 40ft Standard and/or High Cube container. The hinged door header swings out of the way accommodating large machinery or long lengths of piping, and allowing easier loading and unloading of the container from the top.

Domestic Use:
20ft or 40ft Open Top containers are perfect for hauling scrap metal or wood chips. The heavy top rail and rigid corrugated steel panels can withstand many years of abuse. One can easily mount an open top container onto a container chassis and create a mobile scrap hauler!

20′ Standard Height Reefer

Operating Reefers:
Operating Reefers (or Refrigerated Containers) are available to provide cost-effective storage and transportation of perishable goods and/or temperature sensitive cargo. Reefers routinely provide seasonal or year-round storage for restaurants, food and beverage distributors, and have even provided temporary ice storage during emergency disaster relief efforts. Refrigerated Containers are also widely used for bulk shipments of chilled goods such as film and flowers, and a variety of frozen goods.

Non-operating Reefers:
Non-operating (or non-working) Reefers are in high demand for their superior insulating qualities that allow reliable dry storage of temperature-sensitive goods.

Used Reefers are available in limited quantities and located mostly in port areas throughout the country. New Production Units, however, are readily available throughout North America and Europe.  All 20ft Reefers are available in standard 8-1/2 feet height only.

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20′ Flat Rack

Cargo Shipping:
Collapsible Flat Racks are designed to carry cargo such as boats, vehicles or machinery that are wider, taller or heavier than normal freight. Collapsible end frames allow multiple flat-racks to be stacked onto one another. This saves the customer significant costs in positioning expense and limits required storage space.

Domestic Use:
Flat-rack containers have become very popular by land developers, farmers and homeowners and are used as “instant bridges” to traverse low areas such as streams, ditches or other low-lying obstacles.

40′ Open Top

Cargo Shipping:
These containers are designed to transport cargo that is too tall to fit into a standard or Hi-Cube container. The hinged door header can swing out of the way to allow access of machinery or tall piping.

Domestic Use:
20ft and 40ft Open-Top containers are perfect for hauling scrap metal or wood chips. The heavy top rail and rigid corrugated steel panels can withstand years of abuse. Mount one onto a container chassis to create a mobile scrap hauler.

40′ Reefer

Operating Reefers:
Operating Reefers (or Refrigerated Containers) are available to provide cost-effective storage and transportation of perishable goods and/or temperature sensitive cargo. Reefers routinely provide seasonal or year-round storage for restaurants, food and beverage distributors, and have even provided temporary ice storage during emergency disaster relief efforts. Refrigerated Containers are also widely used for bulk shipments of chilled goods such as film and flowers, and a variety of frozen goods.

Non operating Reefers:
Non-operating (or non-working) Reefers are in high demand for their superior insulating qualities that allow reliable dry storage of temperature-sensitive goods.

Used Reefers are available in limited quantities and located mostly in port areas throughout the country. New Production Units, however, are readily available throughout North America and Europe. All 40ft Reefers are available in High Cube height of 9-1/2 feet height only.

40′ Flat Rack (Collapsible)

Cargo Shipping:
Collapsible Flat Racks are designed to carry cargo such as boats, vehicles or machinery that are wider, taller or heavier than normal freight. Collapsible end frames allow multiple flat-racks to be stacked onto one another. This saves the customer significant costs in positioning expense and limits required storage space.

Domestic Use:
Flat-rack containers have become very popular by land developers, farmers and homeowners and are used as “instant bridges” to traverse low areas such as streams, ditches or other low-lying obstacles.

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