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Who Needs a Refrigerated Storage Container?

Wednesday, February 16th, 2022

Also known as cold storage containers, refrigerated storage containers are also called “reefers” for short. While they are mobile containers that can be brought from here to there, they are essentially huge refrigerators used to haul temperature-controlled items. The most common item to move is food, such as seafood, produce, meat, vegetables and dairy. But they also do a great job of transporting non-food products, as well, such as pharmaceuticals, vaccines, and fresh flowers.

Here are a few fast facts:

  • These containers must maintain a consistent temperature as they transport goods over many miles on the road and even over the oceans.
  • Reefers are necessary when you want consistent temperatures that can last for the duration of the trip (regional, national, overseas) without compromising the products inside.
  • Reefers also work as portable short- and long-term storage units that can be plugged into power stations on ships, or draw power from clip-on generators. This allows long trips to be a possibility, which wouldn’t be possible with other types of containers.
  • They can feature secure lockable doors for the utmost in security, as you want to prevent tampering of goods.
  • They are wind and water tight, and won’t be infiltrated with moisture.

Do YOU Need a Refrigerated Container?

Here’s a handy checklist to determine if you could benefit from this type of storage container.

1.     You Need Access to Wide Temperature Ranges

Did you know that reefers are able to sustain temperatures between -30 degrees F to 80 degrees F? This means you are able to easily keep any kind of goods cold or warm depending on purpose. Even under the harshest conditions, reefers can maintain or even lower the temperature of the goods being shipped.

2.     You Need More Airflow

The quality of your goods depends on the ability of air to flow freely through the cabin. This air flow has to make it under and in all areas, and within a variety of conditions. This can’t happen if you don’t have adequate airflow. This is particularly important with frozen goods that need to have to consistent low temperatures. If air isn’t flowing upwards, under and alongside the products, or even inside the goods themselves, the products could be compromised over long trips.

3.     You Need a Container That Serves a Variety of Purposes

Versatility is the best quality of a reefer. You don’t just have to use refrigerated containers for ocean or road transportation of goods. You can apply them to these industries, events, and purposes:

  • Storage of vaccines
  • Floral storage
  • Food and beverage distribution
  • Pharmaceutical storage
  • Agriculture storage
  • Restaurants and hotels
  • Chemical supply and manufacturing
  • Biomedical/medical
  • Seasonal festivals and fairs
  • Storage of wholesale seafood
  • Inventory overflow storage
  • Storage of produce
  • Meat processing

You can even use them for temporary storage when you’re undergoing a commercial or industrial kitchen remodel and need somewhere to store your food products for the short term.

4.     You Need to Save Money With Cost-Efficient Transportation

When you’re looking to make a long-term investment in a reefer, a purchase is the best option. You may pay a bit more in the beginning, but you will experience a big cost savings over the long haul. You’ll also be able to rest easy knowing your goods are being stored and transported within a safe, temperature-controlled environment. Your products will get a longer shelf life without the possibility of spoilage, thanks to the fact that they are remaining at the proper moisture and temperature levels no matter what. When you rent, you may save money in the beginning, but you may end up paying a lot more in monthly fees over the long term than if you were to just purchase outright.

5.     You Need Them to be Portable

Reefers are nothing if not portable, with the ability to move them virtually any place over any distance. You don’t have to stress about the potential for spoilage while on the road or at sea, as the refrigeration component stays consistent, no matter what you’re transporting — food, flowers, drugs, vaccines, etc.

Contact Transocean Equipment Management

Do YOU Need a refrigerated storage container? Rely on the trusted experts of Transocean Equipment Management. Please contact us at 910-483-7828 to learn more about the many sizes and uses of our refrigerated storage containers, whether you’re looking to rent or buy.



6 Things to Know Before Buying a Storage Container

Tuesday, August 31st, 2021

If you are planning to buy a shipping container or storage container, there are some things to keep in mind throughout the purchase process.

1.    Duration

Ask yourself how long you need the storage container for. You may need it for several weeks, months or years. If you need it for less than a year, renting may be a better option for you. But if you need it for the long term, buying outright is the best route, which saves you money.

2.    Size

Next, what size will you need? There are several options available to you:

Two standard lengths for storage containers exist: 20-footers and 40-footers. While height and width vary, most are 8 feet wide x 8 feet 6 inches high. No matter what, make sure it has been approved by the International Standards Organization (ISO), which ensures safety, quality and consistency. With standard size of storage containers, they can all fit together or be stacked, usually up to seven units high.

You also have the option of buying non-standard, customized sizes, which you’ll pay more for because they must be welded together or cut down to size. In general, a custom container costs between 20 and 30 percent more than a standard container.

Non-standard sizes typically include:

  • 45’ length x 8’ width x 8’6” height
  • 30’ length x 8’ width x 8’6” height
  • 15’ length x 8’ width x 8’6” height

On top of those, you can choose an extra wide container, which is 10 feet across. Many in the construction and retail industry choose this option so they can store bulky items and equipment, such as seasonal inventory or heavy machinery.

3.    Features

Think about the features you want and what you need for your business. Common features and add-ons include:

  • Single/double door entry
  • Windows
  • Flooring
  • Office/storage space combo
  • Internal locking system
  • HVAC
  • Shelving

4.    Security

You will understandably want to keep the contents of your storage container safe from theft or damage. Your two main options include exterior bolt locks and interior locking mechanisms. Do your research on both, making sure they are of the highest quality. Many exterior locks on the market today can be easily cut with a bolt cutter by determined thieves. You may just need an exterior bolt lock on your container if it is placed in a heavily-monitored and secure area.

If you are concerned about security or your container is located in a sketchy area with no monitoring, you may want to install an interior locking mechanism. They cost more but they will keep your stuff safe and give you added peace of mind.

5.    Permission

In some cases, you have to get a temporary permit from your town or city to place a shipping container on your property, especially in highly trafficked areas or residential locations. While most construction and retail sites must pull a temporary permit due to the visibility, a secluded agricultural property or anywhere else that doesn’t get much traffic may not need to. Always contact the city to learn about requirements before purchasing a container.

6.    Site Preparation

You may not need much in the way of site prep if the area is level and dry. If you own a construction site and only need a temporary unit, you will likely be able to find the flattest spot for your container no problem. However, if you need a long term solution, can’t find level ground, or want the unit to stack on top of others, you will need more extensive site prep.

Check with your storage container supplier on how much clearance is needed around the site, how to prepare the ground for delivery, and what to expect on delivery day. Many will come out and take a look at the property beforehand to go over site prep suggestions with you. Just remember that rocky land, sloping landscapes and easily flooded areas are not the best places to store containers.

Now that you know what to consider before buying a storage container, you will be better able to make an informed decision.

Contact Transocean Equipment Management

If you are interested in buying a shipping container for business or personal use, the first step is to get a free quote on units. For that, contact us at 910-483-7828 today. We would be happy to answer your questions about storage containers and what to consider before purchasing.


Shipping Containers for On-Site Storage: How to Weather the Storm

Tuesday, January 5th, 2021

image of dry freight

The weather can be quite nasty, and you want to make sure the shipping container you own or rent will be able to make it through Mother Nature’s wrath – not just in times of rough weather but through the long test of time. Wind and water are the two big things you have to worry about when it comes to what will impact your container.

Whether you use the container for storage or shipping goods, it’s wise to buy one that’s wind and water tight for the ultimate in protection.

What Does Wind and Watertight (WWT) Mean?

In a nutshell, it means these shipping containers can guard against wind and water. Shipping containers are built to withstand driving rain and high winds, as well as sunlight and snow. However, they can’t be used for shipping goods overseas, like cargo worthy containers can. WWT containers won’t have leaks or holes, but they may have patches or repairs. This is why they can’t be shipped overseas.

Why are storage containers so durable? They feature corrosion-resistant Corten steel for an extra level of protection in even the harshest of environments. They’re perfect for use as on-site storage no matter where you are located.

As part of the manufacturing process, sheets of this steel make up the sidewalls, floor and roof of the container, welded together and edges sealed to ensure WWT conditions.

Heck, shipping containers can survive without damage through earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, fires, and even tsunamis. So they are certainly built to withstand some moisture.

Difference Between Watertight and Waterproof?

While they sound the same, they’re actually quite different. A watertight container will not allow water to get in because it’s manufactured that way. If you’re transporting liquids, it will provide the reverse effect: it will hold the liquids in without leaking.

By contrast, a waterproof container has a special coating applied to it that resists water. However, water could still get in if there was enough exposure to it. A container that is watertight and not simply waterproof will prevent water from getting in, but the reverse is not true.

So, what about condensation? Will watertight containers be infiltrated by condensation when subjected to damp environments (i.e., grounds) as well as temperature fluctuations? Well, it’s certainly true that damp soil can get into your metal container and lead to condensation. This is what has led to the corrugated construction and special paint featured on most modern containers today – to prevent and reduce the instances of condensation buildup. With older watertight containers, sometimes you have to open up the doors and ventilate the unit to get rid of any accumulating condensation.

Fire-Resistant Qualities

Shipping containers can also make it through a fire pretty well. In fact, they are often converted into firefighters’ training facilities! Studies show that WWT containers are able to contain their own fire, which is smart since they’re often stacked one on top of another in a shipyard. It makes sense to make them fire proof so the damage can be contained.

Durable Floors Can Hold up to 55,000 Pounds

That’s a lot of weight! No one usually thinks too much about the container floor, but the fact is, this is the most important part, responsible for supporting extremely heavy loads of all sizes and shapes for 15 years or more – if treated well. You want your floor to be tough, so it can resist dents, dings and scratches due to items you may drop on it or scrape against frequently.

You often have a choice of:

  • Original plywood or bamboo
  • Steel or aluminum
  • Wood vinyl planks
  • Coin vinyl
  • Epoxy coating

Most often, they come standard with thick pieces of marine plywood on top of a steel frame. This is often enough to give you the durability you seek with your storage container.

Shipping Containers are Great for On-Site Storage

Shipping containers, even retired ones, are built to last through the years – up to 15 years in fact. After their useful life at sea, they can serve many more years as on-site storage units with minimal maintenance. You can also add modifications to spruce it up and give it new life, such as through roll-up doors or a custom paint job.

Contact Transocean Equipment Management

Get a free quote on our new or used containers when you contact us at 910-483-7828. From new and used to specialty units and modifications, we have the right container for your needs to weather any storm.

What to Know Before Buying a Storage Container in North Carolina

Tuesday, December 15th, 2020

Thinking about buying a new or used shipping container in North Carolina? Before you make any type of purchase, it’s critical that you do your homework and read up on the process. Making an informed decision on a shipping container is extremely important, as this is a big investment that will last you for decades if done right.

Check out these things you should know before purchasing a storage container in North Carolina.

1.  Look for a Local Company with Wide Reach

You want to be assured of excellent customer service and personalized attention, which is what you get when you choose a local company that is used to operating in the desired area — in this case, North Carolina. They have local knowledge of the area’s requirements when it comes to storage containers so you can be assured of the most specific service possible.

On the other hand, you also want a company with a national and global reach that can meet all your requirements by applying the latest industry knowledge all over the area.

2.  Find an Experienced Company

This is critical. A fly by night company can’t be trusted to provide quality, reliable services. You want a company with many years of experience in the shipping container sales industry, one who can provide the most dependable, diversified services. Be on the lookout for:

  • Professionalism
  • Growth and innovation within the industry
  • Focus on customer service
  • Years of experience
  • Good reviews
  • Affordable prices

3.  Focus on a Variety of Container Options

You also want to find a company that gives you access to a wide spectrum of options in regards to new and used models, as well as availability of sizes and modifications. For example, we offer many sizes and configurations, like:


  • 20’ standard
  • 40’ hard top
  • 40’ high cube
  • 10′, 16′, 20′, 24′, 40′ and 45′ lengths
  • Double doors on one end vs. both ends of the containers


  • 20’ insulated
  • 20’ standard WWT
  • 40’ standard A grade
  • 40’ standard WWT

4.  Choose a Company That’s Reliable

When you plan to invest a lot of cash in a product, you want to be sure you don’t have a sub-par experience. Rather, you want to partner with a company that puts customer service first every single time, one that gives you a smooth, seamless experience for peace of mind and  continued professionalism.

Additionally, you should feel comfortable and happy with your choice in storage container companies.

5.  Choose Diverse Services

On top of simple shipping containers for sale, search for a company that extends related services to finish out its offerings, such as modifications, storage, specialized units, locking mechanisms, and delivery options. The company you select should make it very easy to purchase or rent a shipping container, backed by free quotes, 24/7 availability and friendly service.

6.  Invest in Quality Materials

Not all shipping containers are created equal. You want the one you choose to be made of the best material, and that is typically Corten steel, which lasts the longest and will stand up to weather, time and rust.

7.  Hire an Inspector

Consider hiring an inspector to check out the container in question. If you need a secure, sealable, container for long-term use, then you will get peace of mind knowing you’re getting the best product backed by assurances of an experienced inspector.

8.  Consider All Uses and Modifications

If you have a specific use for your storage container in mind, be sure to tell the company from which you’ll be buying the unit. They can better direct you to the best shipping container for uses such as:

  • Construction Site Storage
  • Storm Bunkers
  • Garden Sheds
  • Fireworks Stands
  • Hay or Feed Storage Barn
  • Inventory Storage
  • Job Site Offices
  • Little League Storage
  • Barriers

As you can see, there are many considerations to keep in mind prior to buying a storage container. From price to experience to quality, do your research on each company you consider. Narrow down your selections, call each for details and rates, and only then make an informed decision on buying a storage container in North Carolina.

Contact Transocean Equipment Management

To learn more about why we are the best when it comes to storage containers in North Carolina, please contact us in one of our two North Carolina offices in Fayetteville or Supply. Call 910-483-7828 or email bob@transoceancontainers.net.


7 Must-Ask Questions When Renting a Storage Container

Saturday, August 1st, 2020

Whether you’re looking to rent a shipping container for additional storage, want to set up a mobile office or create a home base for your construction project, it’s critical to do your homework before you make a decision on a provider. That means you have to ask a lot of questions. Then, once you have collected several rates to make comparisons and have gotten answers to your queries, you can make an informed decision.

Check out these seven must-ask questions you should pose before renting a storage container.

#1: What sizes and/or types of containers do you have?

This varies by provider, of course, but most will offer several containers in various sizes and types. Here at Transocean Equipment Management, we offer many different container sizes, such as:

  • 10 ft.
  • 16 ft.
  • 20 ft.
  • 24 ft.
  • 40 ft.
  • 45 ft.
  • Standard height (8.5′ high) or high-cubes (9.5′ high)

They all have different purposes. Some are great for on-site storage while others are best used for mobile offices. Think about your time frame, intended usage and budget before making a selection.

#2: Do I need a permit?

Before you rent any container, it’s wise to look into any rules about containers in your city or town. Get in touch with your city or county to find out if there are local ordinances against containers.

#3: How much delivery space is required?

You need enough open space for the delivery driver to maneuver and drop off the container safely. You’ll find that most containers are delivered on a tilt bed truck. This means the surrounding area has to be obstacle- and debris-free and it has to be flat. Inspect the access path to make sure there’s at least 14 feet of clearance between the ground and overhead obstructions, like building overhangs, trees, and utility lines. A loaded tilt bed truck needs about a 12-foot wide clearance.

#4: How long will it take to receive my storage container?

It usually takes one to three business days from receipt of your order to drop off your storage container.

5: How long does the actual delivery take?

It usually takes 30 minutes or less to deliver a container. Drivers like to stay on schedule, so be ready for them. They make several deliveries of containers per day, so if one delivery exceeds an hour, the others will all have delays with rescheduling necessary. You don’t want to get charged an additional hour on-site, so make sure you’re ready.

#6: How long is the rental period for?

Standard rental container periods are posted on 28-day terms, collecting the delivery charge, first rent and security deposit up-front.

#7: What can the containers be used for?

It will all depend on your intended usage, but it’s possible to tent containers for:

  • Construction storage
  • Job site storage
  • Self-storage facilities
  • Inventory storage
  • Mobile field office
  • Tool storage
  • Overflow equipment storage
  • Workshops
  • Movable exhibition spaces
  • Agriculture storage
  • Break rooms and lunch rooms
  • School buildings and surplus supplies

Contact Transocean Equipment Management

To learn more about rental prices and terms for our storage containers, contact us. We would be happy to provide you with a free price quote.


How to Choose the Right Shipping Containers for Storage in South Carolina

Friday, January 31st, 2020

Containers for Sale in Downtown Charleston, South Carolina

It’s no secret that shipping containers make excellent storage solutions. If you are a business owner in South Carolina with lots of cargo to store, a used shipping container may be your best bet. Not only are they more durable and secure, they are easy to install and maintain. Plus, they can be cheaper than traditional sheds. Before buying a container, you must first evaluate your needs and research the many varieties available on the market.

Here’s a guide on how to choose the right shipping container for storage in South Carolina:

Make a List

In order to determine what size you need, you first have to come up with a list of everything you need to store in the container. This way, you won’t end up with too big or too small a container.

Load More in a Small Space

If your business needs a lot of raw materials to operate, and you generate even more finished products, you will probably need multiple containers. If you’re worried that you don’t have enough space on site to accommodate more than one, don’t worry. Many such containers are stackable, so you can fit multiple shipping containers in one spot. You can even use one of those containers as your office or showroom.

Determine the Purpose

There are many types of containers on the market; find the one that serves your needs specifically. If you have to store items that need to be refrigerated, a reefer container is the way to go. This will keep all your items cool, cold or frozen. If you have to store awkward shaped items such as machinery or toys, you may want to opt for an open-side container to keep your cargo organized.

Understand the Condition

Shipping containers, while designed to last for years, have already spent a good amount of time in rigorous marine conditions or at least outdoors if not in the actual ocean. Damage such as dents, dings and rust spots are common, and can be fixed if you so choose. Just be sure to check for more serious damage before purchasing.

It’s recommended you choose a “wind and watertight” or “cargo worthy” container over an “as is” container. Have a chat with your supplier to go over these choices before buying.

Find a Trustworthy Supplier

The success of your storage container purchase starts with partnering with a reliable supplier. Make sure the provider you choose has been in business in South Carolina for many years, as they know firsthand how the climate affects their products. Don’t be afraid to ask questions about the size and type of container that will serve your needs best.

Contact Transocean Equipment Management

Rest assured, Transocean has been in the used shipping container business for many years and is a reputable name in the South Carolina shipping market. Contact us today for prices at our South Carolina office at 864-445-8417 or email us at benji@transoceancontainers.net.



When is Buying a New Storage Container the Wise Option?

Monday, November 25th, 2019

Buying new is always an advantage if you can afford it and your needs match these requirements. Just like buying a brand new car, you are assured that you are the only owner, that nothing is wrong with it, no one drove it like a crazy person, and you know the condition it was in when you drove it off the lot.

With used anything, you are taking a gamble. That’s why buying a new shipping container makes sense in many cases. If you require excellent condition, long life, and pristine appearance, you will want to buy new. Also, sometimes a new container is a fulfillment of shipper requirement.

In any case, here’s why buying a new storage container is the wise option. New storage containers are…

Ready to Go

New, one trip containers are in seaworthy condition when you buy them, ready to be loaded and transported. With no repairs necessary, you can be assured of quick loading and shipping with none of the snafus that may come with buying a used one. Your cargo and freight needs may require the use of a totally new container. In this case, you can buy with confidence knowing your container is ready to get going right away.

Able to be Customized

This is another great benefit. When you buy new, you can customize the look and function of your storage container, from the paint color to any modifications you require. Special orders are possible when you buy new, so if you want custom colors or business logos incorporated, this is doable.

A Smart Financial Investment

If you are a large company with the capital to spend and the long-term need for shipping containers, buying new is a smart investment. Perhaps you are a project manager in a construction company that handles multiple jobs all at the same time. You know you’ll always need portable storage solutions, so buying new is a good idea. Plus, you know you will always have access to equipment that can transport that container from site to site as needed.

Smaller contractors, on the other hand, may not have the extra capital to invest because they don’t know when or where their next project may be. For them, buying used or renting are better options.

Cost Effective

Larger companies consistently need storage, which means they will eventually lose money by renting. If you think you’ll need to rent a container for more than 18 months, you should buy it outright instead. This timeframe is when purchasing a new container becomes the more responsible financial decision.

Brand New With no Corrosion

New ocean-going containers are made with Corten steel corrugated panels and doors, which resists corrosion. This means you get a longer lifespan out of your container. You know what you’re getting with a new container. For example, certified ISO standards ensure units can be moved and loaded with up to 30 tons of gross weight, which is the standard in the international shipping industry.

Your new unit can handle forklift loading and unloading. Plus, ISO cargo containers are manufactured under strict guidelines and certified by Lloyd’s Register and Bureau Veritas. There is no guesswork with a new container. You are the first to use it, and therefore you are in control of its condition.

Contact Transocean Equipment Management

To learn more about our new shipping containers, contact us at 910-483-7828. We can help you decide if buying new is right for you.

7 Things to Know Before Buying a Storage Container in South Carolina

Tuesday, April 30th, 2019

If you’re in the market for a new or used shipping container in South Carolina, it’s important to arm yourself with the knowledge necessary to make a wise decision. Here are seven things to know before taking the leap.

1.  Find an Experienced Company

This is one of the most important considerations. Do your research to locate the most reliable, diversified, and experienced company in the shipping container sales business. Some things to look for include:

  • Professionalism
  • Focus on customer service
  • Growth and innovation within the industry
  • Years of experience
  • Solid reviews

2.  Find a Variety of Container Options

Another important consideration is to find a company that offers a wide spectrum of options in terms of new and used models, as well as sizes. For example, Transocean Equipment Management offers many sizes and configurations for your needs.


  • 20’ standard
  • 40’ hard top
  • 40’ high cube
  • 10′, 16′, 20′, 24′, 40′ and 45′ lengths
  • Double doors on one end vs. both ends of the containers


  • 20’ insulated
  • 20’ standard WWT
  • 40’ standard A grade
  • 40’ standard WWT

3.  Look for a Local Company with Wide Reach

On one hand, you want assurances of top-notch customer service and personalized attention from a local company with local knowledge of the area’s requirements. On the other, you want one that has national and global reach to meet all your needs, backed by all the latest industry knowledge.

Transocean services all of South Carolina, as well as North Carolina, Georgia and Virginia.

4.  Look for Diverse Services

In addition to shipping containers for sale, look for a company that offers other related services to round out its offerings, such as storage, modifications, specialized units and delivery. You’ll also want to ensure the company you choose makes it easy to purchase or rent a shipping container, such as with free quotes and 24/7 email and phone.

5.  Choose a Company That Focuses on Reliability

Investing a lot of money in a product only to have a poor experience with a company that doesn’t put customer service first can be very frustrating. You want your needs to be met, yes, but you also want to have a smooth, enjoyable experience that ensures continued reliance on professionalism.

That’s why you should partner with a reliable company when buying shipping containers of any kind. Above all, you should feel comfortable and at ease with the company you ultimately choose.

Contact Transocean Equipment Management

To learn more about our pricing and to experience the highest levels of customer service around, please contact Benjamin Williams in our South Carolina office at 843-513-4312 or email at benji@transoceancontainers.net.


Freight shipping containers in NC: On Site Storage

Wednesday, January 17th, 2018

If you’re a store with holiday inventory coming in daily in time for Christmas shopping, consider using freight shipping containers in NC on your property for storage.

Freight shipping containers in NC can provide you with safe storage of your excess inventory, when your internal storage space in overwhelmed with the excess items.

Not only can a freight shipping containers in NC be securely locked, but a freight shipping container provides protection from the elements.

We have two options available! We have freight shipping containers in NC that are used and freight shipping containers in NC that are new. The differences between new and used freight shipping containers in NC are normal wear on older ones is generally that used ones will have some wear and tear. By all means, they are still in fine condition, but they may have dings in the paint, dents from shipping, or other dings on the outside. If you plan on using freight shipping containers on your store property, but out of the site of customers, a used option might be work just as well. New containers or course will have brand new paint that isn’t worn from shipments or from exposure. Regardless of what type of shipping containers in NC that you purchase, they will store your excess inventory while during the holiday season without need for costly off-site storage.

Another benefit of using shipping containers in NC on your property as storage is that the inventory is accessible to your managers and employees anytime of the day. Off-site storage can often require transportation and can be challenging. As customers buy certain products and certain trends in consumerism are revealed, you’re best able to provide product.

If you have questions about using freight shipping containers in NC as storage on site, contact us today!

20 Storage Containers in Fayetteville NC: Military Storage

Wednesday, January 17th, 2018

20 storage containers in Fayetteville NC can work well military service members and those in the community who may pack their belongings for deployments or for extended periods of time. We are so proud to serve our community, which include Fort Bragg and Pope Army Airfield, directly and assist our service men and women with their storage needs.

20 Ft Storage Containers in Fayetteville NC, Available in New and Used

20 storage containers in Fayetteville NC are available in new and used varieties and are a great way to secure items with peace of mind. 20 storage containers in Fayetteville NC come in two different sizes.

The general size is 20′ but we also have the next size up, which is 40 feet in length. You should always think about what size of container you might need. Perhaps having more storage ahead of time is preferable to finding out you need more after starting to pack.

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