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20' Dry Van Shipping Container
20' Open Side Containers
20' Dry Van Shipping Container
20' Open Side Containers
20' High Cube Container
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20' Double Door Shipping Container
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20' Double Door Container
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SHIPPING CONTAINER TYPES AND SIZES.


Shipping Container Dimensions.


Shipping containers come in many different sizes, but most commonly they are: 8’ wide x 8’6” high x

either 20’ or 40’ long. There are also high cube (HC) shipping containers, which are 9’6” high.


Shipping Container Terminology.

There are also many other types of equipment,such as mini sets, bicons, tricons, 6’, 8’, 10’, 20’ 40’, 45’,

48’ & 53’ containers.


We can also supply high cube units, open side units, double door units and many other types, but don’t

be confused by the names as there are often many different ways to describe the same thing. For

example a 20’ x 8’ x 8’6” standard container may be called a 20’ DV (Dry Van) or 20’ GP (General

Purpose) or 20’ ISO container.


20’DD (double door) could be called a 20’ tunneltainer, which means it has doors both ends.

20’OS (open side) could also be called a 20’FSA (full side access), this means that there are doors at one

end (as normal) but also doors along one side of the container to give side access as the name implies.

20’HC (high cube) or 20’ HQ indicates that the shipping container is 9’6” high as opposed to the more

standard 8’6” high.


Bicons or ducons are usually 2 x 10’ units connected together to make 1 TEU (twenty foot equivalent

unit).

Tricons are 3 units connected together and Quadcons are four units connected together and so on.

One 40’ unit is equal to 1 FEU (forty foot equivalent unit) as is 2 x 20’ units or 4 x 10’ units.