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Standard 20

Standard containers are also known as general purpose containers. They are closed containers, i.e. they are closed on all sides.

Basic parameters of the standard 20 container
Standard 20
General Purpose
20' x 8' x 8'6"
Steel
Millimeters Feet
Internal Dimensions Length
Width
Height
5,898
2,352
2,391
19'4.2"
7'8.6"
7'10"
Door Opening Width
Height
2,340
2,280
7'8."
7'5.8"
  Kilograms Pounds
Weight Max Gross
Tare
Max Payload
24,000
2,280
21,720
52,910
5,090
47,885
  Cube Meters Cube Feet
Internal Capacity 33,2 1,171

 

Standard 40

Standard containers are also known as general purpose containers. They are closed containers, i.e. they are closed on all sides.

Basic parameters of the standard 40 container
Standard 40
General Purpose
40' x 8' x 8'6"
Steel Aluminum
Millimeters Feet Millimeters Feet
Internal Dimensions Length
Width
Height
12,040
2,353
2,383
39'5.3"
7'8.5"
7'9.7"
12,021
2,335
2,360
39'5.3"
7'8.9"
7'8.9"
Door Opening Width
Height
2,340
2,280
7'8"
7'5.8
2,337
2,271
7'7.9"
7'5.4"
  Kilograms Pounds Kilograms Pounds
Weight Max Gross
Tare
Max Payload
30,480
3,830
26,650
67,200
8,450
58,630
32,000
3,170
28,830
70,040
6,990
63,500
  Cube Meters Cube Feet Cube Meters Cube Feet
Internal Capacity 67,7 2,390 67,7 2,380

 

High Cube 40

High-cube containers are similar in structure to standard containers, but taller. In contrast to standard containers, which have a maximum height of 2591 mm (8'6"), high-cube containers are 2896 mm, or 9'6", tall.

Basic parameters of the high cube 40 container
High Cube 40
General Purpose
40' x 8' x 9'6"
Steel
Millimeters Feet
Internal Dimensions Length
Width
Height
12,031
2,352
2,968
29'5.6
"7'8.5"
8'10"
Door Opening Width
Height
2,340
2,585
7'8.1"
8'5.8"
  Kilograms Pounds
Weight Max Gross
Tare
Max Payload
30,480
3,980
26,060
67,200
8,775
58,425
  Cube Meters Cube Feet
Internal Capacity 76,3 2,694

 

High Cube 45

High-cube containers are similar in structure to standard containers, but taller. In contrast to standard containers, which have a maximum height of 2591 mm (8'6"), high-cube containers are 2896 mm, or 9'6", tall.

Basic parameters of the high cube 45 container
High Cube 45
General Purpose
45' x 8' x 9'6"
Steel Aluminum
Millimeters Feet Millimeters Feet
Internal Dimensions Length
Width
Height
13,544
2,352
2,698
44'5.2"
7'8.5"
8'10"
13,583
2,345
2,687
44'6.7"
7'8.3"
8'9.7"
Door Opening Width
Height
2,340
2,585
7'8.1"
8'5.8"
2,343
2,585
7'8.2"
8'5.8"
  Kilograms Pounds Kilograms Pounds
Weight Max Gross
Tare
Max Payload
30,480
4,800
25,680
67,200
10,580
56,614
30,480
3,980
26,500
67,200
8,780
58,420
  Cube Meters Cube Feet Cube Meters Cube Feet
Internal Capacity 86 3,040 85,6 3,023

 

Refrigerated 20

Used for transportation of cargo requiring special temperature conditions. Basic cargo - foods: meat, fish, dairy products, fresh fruits and vegetables - some chemicals, medicines, etc.
It is a container with a thermally insulated body and the refrigeration system that can maintain desired temperature in the range of +25 to -25 C. Cooling system of ref-containers only works when connected to an external power supply available on ships, terminals and grappled refrigerated transportation by rail.

Basic parameters of the refrigerated 20 container
Refrigerated 20
Internal Dimensions, mm Door Opening, mm Weight, kg
Length Width Height Length Height Tare pay load Max Gross pay - CBM
5,444 2,268 2,272 2,276 2,261 3,080 27,400 30,480 28,10

 

Refrigerated 40

Used for transportation of cargo requiring special temperature conditions. Basic cargo - foods: meat, fish, dairy products, fresh fruits and vegetables - some chemicals, medicines, etc. It is a container with a thermally insulated body and the refrigeration system that can maintain desired temperature in the range of +25 to -25 C. Cooling system of ref-containers only works when connected to an external power supply available on ships, terminals and grappled refrigerated transportation by rail.

Basic parameters of the refrigerated 40 container
Refrigerated 40
Internal Dimensions, mm Door Opening, mm Weight, kg
Length Width Height Length Height Tare pay load Max Gross pay - CBM
11,561 2,28 2,249 2,28 2,205 4,800 27,700 32,500 59,30

 

Open Top 20

The walls of open-top containers are generally made of corrugated steel. The floor is made of wood. It has the following typical distinguishing structural features. The roof consists of removable bows and a removable tarpaulin.

Basic parameters of the open top 20 container
Open Top 20
Internal Dimensions, mm Door Opening, mm Weight, kg
Length Width Height Length Height Tare pay load Max Gross pay - CBM
5,889 2,345 2,346 2,3 2,215 2,360 28,120 30,480 32,40

 

Open Top 40

The walls of open-top containers are generally made of corrugated steel. The floor is made of wood. It has the following typical distinguishing structural features. The roof consists of removable bows and a removable tarpaulin.

Basic parameters of the open top 40 container
Open Top 40
Internal Dimensions, mm Door Opening, mm Weight, kg
Length Width Height Length Height Tare pay load Max Gross pay - CBM
12,024 2,352 2,324 2,34 2,244 4,030 28,470 32,500 65,70

 

Flat Rack 20

Flat rack containers are frequently used instead of general intermodal cargo containers where freight is bulky, heavy or cannot be loaded through open top or side doors.  Building materials, logs and machinery are often transported or exported on a flat rack or “flat bed” container.

Basic parameters of the flat rack 20 container
Flat Rack 20
Internal Dimensions, mm Weight, kg
Length Width Height tare weight pay load
13,556 2,352 2,698 4,820 27,860

 

Flat Rack 40

Flat rack containers are frequently used instead of general intermodal cargo containers where freight is bulky, heavy or cannot be loaded through open top or side doors.  Building materials, logs and machinery are often transported or exported on a flat rack or “flat bed” container.

Basic parameters of the flat rack 40 container
Flat Rack 40
Internal Dimensions, mm Weight, kg
Length Width Height tare weight pay load
12,066 2,420 2,103 5,550 38,903