Shipping containers are by portable by design, but most times they require a forklift or crane to put them on the back of a truck and move them from one location to another. In some cases, once they're on the truck you can use a tilt-bed truck to set it on the ground without a fork lift (Shipping Container Delivery, without a Forklift); however what about the times when you are moving it from one residential address to another place and you don't have a forklift on site? Simple, use the same tilt b
Shipping Container Articles and Blog Posts
Shipping containers are very popular for storage, modular conversions, job site offices, and even (if you're in Colorado) portable pot farms. If you're in the market for one of these 20' or 40' units, one of the first questions that you'll be asked is, "do you have any way to unload the container once we get it to you?" If the answer is yes, you can usually negotiate a great deal. Reason being that wholesalers typically don't have the capacity or connections to arrange a one off delivery to a random location, especially with a buyer who will want it set on
A really common question that we receive through the website is “how do I buy a shipping container?” Given that a portion of the retail clients that use ContainerAuction.com are first time container buyers, our staff and sellers are well trained and have the experience with containers to ask the right questions and make the transaction as smooth as possible. In this article, we’ll cover the initial questions, payment, and the container delivery.
Initial Questions When Buying a Container
Shipment boxes are considered to be the best mode of shipping your goods or possessions to an overseas destination. The process of container transport involves careful packing of cargo, placing of that cargo inside the metal boxes and transporting it safely to a destination within a country and abroad.