MORE INFORMATION ON OUR CARGO/SHIPPING CONTAINERS
• Our cargo containers come with flat roofs.
• Common uses include construction, commercial, and residential storage.
• Both cargo container sizes are airtight.
Cargo Container and Shipping Containers
ISO containers or International Standards Organization containers are steel boxes designed primarily for shipping. The modern cargo container that you see used all over the world was created by Malcom McLean in the 1950’s. These containers are built according to industry specifications pertaining to height, width, and depth - most of these shipping containers will be built in 20 or 40 foot increments. Steel shipping containers or freight containers may also be referred to as intermodal containers to describe their ability to be transported overseas by cargo ship, or across land by trains or trucks. By using industry-wide dimensions, containers can be easily arranged and stacked.