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40' Standard-Container

Standard containers are also known as general purpose containers. They are closed containers, i.e. They are closed on all sided.  A distinction may be drawn between the following types of standard container:

Standard containers with doors at one or both end(s)
Standard containers with doors at one or both end(s) and doors over the entire length of one or both sides
Standard containers with doors at one or both end(s) and doors on one or both sides

In addition, the various types of standard container also differ in dimensions and weight, resulting in a wide range of standard containers.

Standard containers are mainly used as 20' and 40' containers. Containers with smaller dimensions are very seldom used. Indeed, the trend is towards even longer dimensions, e.g. 45'. The principal components of a standard container are shown in following diagram of a 20' plywood container:

Standard container components

Figure 1

Dimensions/weights

The following are some of the most important details relating to standard container types.
The data was taken from Hapag-Lloyd, Hamburg.

Standard container of steel: 40' long and 8'6" high with corrugated walls and wooden floor
Internal dimensions Door openings Weights Volume

[m≥]
Length

[mm]
Width

[mm]
Height

[mm]
Width

[mm]
Height

[mm]
Max. gross wt.

[kg]
Tare weight

[kg]
Max. payload

[kg]
12029 2350 2392 2340 2292 30480 3780 26700 67.7

 

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