Dry cargo shipping containers – are containers intended for transportation or storage of cargo. Using sea containers, it is possible to choose the best and most efficient logistics solution, combining road, rail or sea transport. Depending on the size, sea containers are divided into groups: 20 ‘foot sea containers, 40’ foot sea containers, as well as 45 ‘foot sea containers. A CSC plate is affixed to the door of each sea container – a technical passport confirming the container’s ownership. Prior to use, sea containers are thoroughly inspected and all have a valid CSC date – which meets international safety quality standards;
- Dry Cube (Standard Dry Van) – standard type;
- High Cube (High Cube Container) – Unlike 40 ‘DV containers, the HC is a foot taller.
- Pallet Wide – such containers are wider than DV containers, two euro pallets by width can be placed, the following containers have an internal width: 2.5 m.
As standard, the container is equipped with a double-hinged metal door at one end.