Shipping Container Sales
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WIND & WATER TIGHT / WWT

Shipping containers are sold and priced based of their physical condition.

 

Wind and Water Tight (WWT) – Used container, typically 15 years old. Structurally solid with no leaks but will certainly have dents, scrapes, rust spots that are easily cleaned and painted. These are the best bargain for storage, projects etc due to the structural integrity and lowest price.

WIND & WATER TIGHT

Shipping containers are sold and priced based of their physical condition.

 

Wind and Water Tight (WWT) – Used container, typically 15 years old. Structurally solid with no leaks but will certainly have dents, scrapes, rust spots that are easily cleaned and painted.

These are the best bargain for storage, projects etc due to the structural integrity and lowest price.

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QUESTIONS?

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How do you schedule a delivery?

 

 

Scheduling a delivery is simple.

Just visit our schedule installation page, pick a date, and schedule it.  – https://containermonster.com/schedule-delivery/

Pay then or when we delivery.

 

How do you pay?

 

You can pay when you schedule your delivery or when we deliver the container.

We accept debit/credit cards or cash.  Yes we accept American Express and Discover cards.

 

How much room do we need for a container delivery?

 

The container delivery truck and trailer is about 60 feet long. To prepare for delivery of the container you will need at least 80 feet of space for the truck to unload the container because it needs to pull straight forward as the container slides off the back of the trailer. Please give a description of the space you have available when you schedule delivery.

The containers are either 20′ or 40′ feet long. The container trailer is about 8′ wide.

 

What is a wind and water tight container?

 

Shipping containers are sold and priced based of their physical condition.

Typically the conditions are organized as follows from most expensive to cheapest:

  1. New – never used
  2. One Trip (OT)- used minimally, almost new, very minor scratches etc(literally crossed the ocean once)
  3. Cargo Worthy (CW)- Used container but ready to load with cargo and ship, will have some dents, scratches, light rust.
  4. Wind and Water Tight (WWT) – Used container, typically 15 years old. Structurally solid with no leaks but will certainly have dents, scrapes, rust spots that are easily cleaned and painted. These are the best bargain for storage, projects etc due to the structural integrity and lowest price.
  5. As is – May need some repairs to be wind and water tight, may have large dents
  6. Salvage – Containers that are deemed not worth repairing. May still be used for projects especially if modifying containers.

 

Why are 20' containers almost the same price as a 40'?

 

 

Shipping containers are a commodity so the price is base on the supply available and customer demand. 20′ containers are more in demand so there are fewer that are available for purchase. This drives up the price that they sell for from the cargo pools. This increase in price is then reflected in the final price of the container.

 

 

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