F.A.Q.Frequently Asked Questions

Delivery is typically within three – five (3-5) business days from receipt of order (weather permitting).

Payment is needed prior to delivery. For custom containers, 50% down is needed and the balance is due prior to delivery. Payments accepted:  wire and bank  transfers.

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Because the containers are stacked at the intermodal depot, we cannot obtain photos or guarantee a specific unit. The depots are storing empty shipping containers for shipping lines and intermodal equipment providers. When we place an order for our customers, they pick the next container off the stack that meets their criteria.

The shipping containers we sell come directly from the intermodal depot, and because depots are so busy they don’t have the ability to let customers select from a wide variety of container options. Additionally, not every container in the stack is for sale (over 95% of containers at depots are not available for sale and are still being used for cargo). Unfortunately, this means that we’re unable to allow customers to pick a specific container. We do guarantee every container we sell, and do our best to set realistic expectations as to what your container might look like.

Used container pricing is driven mainly by local supply, and 40′ shipping containers are a far more common size than 20′ shipping containers. Because containers are a byproduct of shipping, the containers that move the most cargo tend to be the most widely used. So 40′ shipping containers (standard and high cube) are the most common used container length and tend to be less expensive per square foot than 20′ shipping containers. Depending on supply, sometimes used 40′ shipping containers can even be the same price or lower in cost than 20′ shipping containers (however, usually 20′ shipping containers are a few hundred dollars cheaper than 40′ shipping containers).