The 40 ft container is one of the standard ISO container from our portfolio.
We have our 40 ft containers in the colours
normally in stock.
By using standard colours, the paint can be easily re-ordered for touch-ups.Your request
|Length||12.192 mm||40 ft|
|Width||2.438 mm||8 ft|
|Height||2.591 mm||8 ft 6 in|
|Length||12.032 mm||39,475 ft|
|Width||2.350 mm||7,710 ft|
|Height||2.393 mm||7,851 ft|
|Width||2.343 mm||7,687 ft|
|Height||2.280 mm||7,480 ft|
|Max. Gross weight||30.480 kg||67.200 lb|
|Tare Weight||3.380 kg||7.450 lb|
|Payload||27.100 kg||59.750 lb|
|Int. Cube Capacity||67,6 m³||2.386 ft³|
All technical details of the containers offered are taken from the information available to us from the manufacturers. The information is provided without any guarantee and to the exclusion of any liability. Liability for technical information and resulting consequential costs can only be derived on the basis of an explicit written confirmation of iCON International container Service GmbH.
The 40 ft container is made from corten steel. The floor is hardwood. The 40 ft container has a tara weight of 3.320 kg and a maximum payload of 27.160 kg. This adds up to a total gross weight of 30.480 kg. The 40 ft container has the following measurements outside: 12.192 x 2.438 x 2.591 (length x width x height in mm) and inside: 12.032 x 2.350 x 2.393 (length x width x height in mm). The door opening measures 2.343 x 2.280 mm (width x height). The container’s volume is 67,70 cbm.
Measurements and weight of the 40 ft container are subject to certain ISO norms. This, as well as the close cooperation with the manufacturers, ensures consistently high quality.
Special requests regarding color or features can often be implemented during the manufacturing process. We usually have the most common models readily available.Your request
The container is usually sold in mint condition. However, this does include the shipment from Far East. This means small signs of usage and staining may occur. The condition of the 40 ft container is always subject to the latest IICL guidelines though. Please click here for more information.