These are the standard, most used containers for maritime freights. They are airtight, have no ventilation and allow shipping a large variety of merchandise.
High cube containers are taller standard containers, and therefore have a larger cubing capacity. It’s ideal for bulky loads.
Standard container adapted to euro pallets. It optimizes space and allows large loads.
Allows controlling internal temperature. A built-in thermostat regulates humidity and ventilation. Designed to carry food and healthcare products.
Maintains a constant temperature, avoiding drastic variations during transportation. It was designed to carry vegetables and food products.
Standard container with a convertible top for an easier loading of merchandise. It allows shipping OOG (Out Of Gauge) goods –when dimensions are larger than the container’s- and IG (In-Gauge) –when they are not. Designed to carry bulky merchandise, especially machinery.
Standard container with an open side, designed to carry goods that can’t be loaded through the front doors.
Container with no top or sidewalls. Designed to carry machinery or merchandise with irregular volumes.
This platform with no side or end walls is the best option to carry machinery or large and heavy merchandise.
A standard container with a tank. It was designed for cask liquids transportation.