Since they share the same width, their difference in length and height sets them apart.

For companies, construction teams or individuals looking to store materials, containers in these sizes get the job done. But for more specialized storage, teams should look into special containers. Our shipping containers come in 8′ 6″ height (regular) and 9′ 6″ (high-cube), as well as two lengths: 20-foot and 40-foot.

20 FT

A standard 20ft shipping container can hold up to 33.6 cubic meters or 1,172 cubic feet of cargo. Its dimensions are 20ft in length, 8ft in width, and 8.6ft in height. The maximum gross weight of such a container is 30,480 pounds or 13,760 kg. It is used to transport a variety of goods including machinery, furniture, food, and clothing. The container is also a popular choice for storage solutions, both on-site and off-site. Its compact size and sturdy structure make it ideal for shipping and transport over long distances.

A 40ft shipping container has a capacity to hold up to 67.7 cubic meters (2,387 cubic feet) of volume. It can hold about 22 to 28 standard pallets (depending on the size and weight of the goods) and has a maximum payload capacity of 26,000 kg (57,320 lbs). The standard dimensions of a 40ft container are 12.19 meters (length) x 2.44 meters (width) x 2.59 meters (height). These containers are commonly used for intermodal transportation of goods via sea, rail, or truck. They are also frequently utilized for storage and conversion purposes.

40 FT

Since they share the same width and height, their difference in length sets them apart.

For companies, construction teams or individuals looking to store materials, containers in these sizes get the job done. But for more specialized storage, teams should look into special containers. Our shipping containers come in two standard lengths: 20-foot and 40-foot.

20 FT

A standard 20ft shipping container can hold up to 33.6 cubic meters or 1,172 cubic feet of cargo. Its dimensions are 20ft in length, 8ft in width, and 8.6ft in height. The maximum gross weight of such a container is 30,480 pounds or 13,760 kg. It is used to transport a variety of goods including machinery, furniture, food, and clothing. The container is also a popular choice for storage solutions, both on-site and off-site. Its compact size and sturdy structure make it ideal for shipping and transport over long distances.

40 FT

A 40ft shipping container has a capacity to hold up to 67.7 cubic meters (2,387 cubic feet) of volume. It can hold about 22 to 28 standard pallets (depending on the size and weight of the goods) and has a maximum payload capacity of 26,000 kg (57,320 lbs). The standard dimensions of a 40ft container are 12.19 meters (length) x 2.44 meters (width) x 2.59 meters (height). These containers are commonly used for intermodal transportation of goods via sea, rail, or truck. They are also frequently utilized for storage and conversion purposes.

Container Dimensions and Capacity
Container Type Exterior Length External Width External Height Interior Length Interior Width Interior Height Tare * Max Payload *
20 FT SHIPPING CONTAINER 20′ 8′ 8’6″ 19’4″ 7′8″ 7’10” 4900 lbs 47,900 lbs
40 FT SHIPPING CONTAINER 40′ 8′ 8’6″ 39’6″ 7’8” 7’10” 8,377 lbs 58,823 lbs
40 FT (HC) HIGH CUBE 40′ 8′ 9’6″ 39’6″ 7′8″ 8’10” 8,860 lbs 58,823 lbs
* – Approximate