Standard containers: These fully enclosed shipping containers are protected from the elements and suitable for all weathers. They have a rigid roof, floor and sidewalls. It is primarily used for dry goods shipping that does not require temperature control, termed a dry container.
Flat base containers: The storage containers with collapsible sides to make a flat rack are called flat base containers. Allowing cargo securing the end walls is stable, so they are ideal for oversized shipping goods. Heavy machinery, vehicles on tracks, big reels and construction materials can be shipped using such containers. The loading from the top is more favourable with this container.
Open top containers: These come with doors on one side and a completely removable top portion. This type of design makes loading and unloading easy. Also, the doors make inspecting goods easy. This container allows the shipping of products that are over-height and cannot load through the door.
Dual door container: It is a modified standard container. Due to the dual door design, they have termed a tunnel container. They are helpful for quickly loading and unloading goods. The doors are made with weather seals and have the same locking assembly.
High capacity containers: Containers that are taller by about 1 foot is known as high capacity containers. They are used for shipping larger quantities of goods.
Side openable container: General-purpose shipping containers with doors that open completely on the side are available. This feature gives you a lot more space and access. It allows extra-large items to pass through that would otherwise be unable to do so through standard doors.
Insulated and thermal container: Temperature regulation is managed in these storage containers. It is beneficial for the shipment of temperature-sensitive products. Transport of cargo such as meats, fruits and vegetables use this container. They might need an external power supply for regulating the internal temperature. This container has a regulated temperature control that allows them to withstand higher heat or cool. They are most suited for conveying food, biological materials, and chemicals, among other things.
Tank containers: The shipping of some materials needs specialized containers. In case fluids are not suitable for standard containers. The tank containers are proper for such conditions. Containers are typically built of corrosion-resistant steel or other anti-corrosive materials.
Some modern uses of an old container,
Alternative Workspaces: Today, many companies in Australia use old shipping containers as their temporary work station. Construction works that can take some time to complete needs a space for discussions and other office needs. It is not cost-effective to build an entire building. For such instances, old containers are much more suitable.
Container made garden: Turning a container into a nursery has benefits like protection from weather and animals. The Australian climate is changing throughout the year. So it is necessary to make sure the plants are staying in perfect conditions.
Container made home: There are custom shipping containers available for building a house. The process of building a house from a container is easier and faster. They are eco-friendly too.
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