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45ft container

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45ft container

Nola Containers have a wide range of new and used general purpose and specialized containers suitable for shipping goods by rail, truck or ship, in both 20 foot and 40 foot sizes. Built to ISO standards with solid Corten marine grade weathering steel, they’re strong, secure, wind-proof, watertight, and incredibly durable. You can choose from standard containers, high cube containers, side loading containers, open top containers, flat rack containers, refrigerated containers and insulated containers. Should you be looking to ship containers internationally, and require a CSC certificate, Port can of course sort this out for you too.
Storage Containers
Though originally used for shipping goods by sea (hence their name), shipping containers have gained a new lease of life as super secure long and short term storage units. The same features that make them so good for shipping (strength, security and transportability) are excellent for storage as well. The containers most commonly used for storage are the general purpose, high cube, side loading and insulated containers.
Portable Storage Container & Crate
Whether you need long or short-term storage, a shipping container really is the perfect storage solution. Why pack up the car or truck with all your boxes and drive to an expensive storage facility that’s hard to access, when you can store all your goods right there at home in a shipping container! From furniture, household goods, DIY projects, craft goods, office files, radiators and air-conditioners, sports equipment, cars, bikes, jet skis, dune buggies and more. It can all be stored securely in a 20′ or 40′ container.
If you have a farm or ranch, and were thinking of getting another shed or enclosure building, consider a shipping container or two instead. They’re perfect for storing parts, machinery, tools, chemicals and feed. And – unlike a shed – they are completely portable.
Which Size Conex Box Do You Need?
The most helpful piece of advice to have before you purchase a Conex Box is to work out how much space you’ll actually need to fit all your stuff in. This sounds like common sense, right? But to paraphrase Voltaire, ‘The trouble with common sense, is that not many people have it’!
A standard Conex Box is 20 ft or 40 ft long. There are other sizes available, such as the 10 ft box. But 10 ft boxes are often cut down from larger containers and so tend to be a bit more pricey due to the labor involved in their construction.