Triple Eight Containers

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Do you have a choice of colours?

Our fleet colour is dark cobalt blue, technically listed as RAL5013 and our containers in our depot stock are all painted in this dark blue. We are pleased to source containers in different colours.

How do you deliver a container to me?

We use a network of hauliers around the Country who have vehicles fitted with a HIAB to lift and position the container, the ground should be suitable for a heavy vehicle to drive on to.

What are your terms and conditions

We have Terms and Conditions for rental and lease purchase and general standard terms.  Please click on this link to see them.

Are they waterproof?

Our containers are manufactured to top industry specifications for a long and testing life in service, shipping cargo around the world. They are made to resist water ingress with durable seals on the double doors. Fitted vents on the top of each side panel ensure that no condensation occurs.

What do you mean by 'new' container?

Our container are used for the one-way voyage from our Chinese factory with cargo which is destined for the UK.  The cargo is delivered and the containers are then delivered into one of our depots across the Country.

What purchasing options do you offer?

We offer three ways to own our containers - rent, lease, and purchase.

What are the dimentions and weight of a container?

Specification of each container can be viewed in imperial and metric on each container page under the heading Containers.

Can I view and select the containers I want?

Absolutely, we have depots throughtout the country, just let us know which depot is convenient for you and we will arrange for you to visit.

How secure are the containers?

All container types have a facility to padlock the doors but for added security we suggest a lock box is fitted over the door locking mechanism.

Does the ground have to be level?

Yes it does or you will experience problems with opening and closing the doors. If the ground is uneven previous customers have used railway sleepers or lay four concrete blocks for the container to sit on. 

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