Shipping Container vs. Storage Shed: Which One Should You Get?

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Shipping Container vs. Storage Shed: Which One Should You Get?

Friday, July 26th, 2019

If you have some a lot of stuff that you don’t need on a regular basis but still need access when you want it, you may consider a backyard storage shed. But have you considered a storage container instead?

Traditionally, backyard storage sheds are made of wood or vinyl. However, a new trend is being seen in backyards across the country: repurposed shipping containers in place of sheds. These shipping containers have many advantages over wood or vinyl sheds.

Advantages to Shipping Containers

Cost

One of the biggest benefits to using a shipping container as a storage shed is its affordability in terms of cost per square foot. For example, a new container that measures 20’ long x 8’ wide x 8.5’tall costs about $3,475, equal to nearly $22 per square foot. In contrast, a typical 12′ x 12′ shed can cost between $4,300 (equal to about $30 per square foot) and up to $6,000. Thus, storage containers offer a cost savings of more than $8 per square foot when looking at shed prices at your local big box store.

Construction

Another advantage to using shipping containers is that they are better constructed, using heavy-duty Corten steel. Containers can be painted with a high-quality industrial paint that will protect the steel for years to come, with the underside being factory sprayed with a special undercoating that’s rot-resistant.

You don’t get that same protection with a shed, unless you’re purchasing a very expensive vinyl shed. If you have a wooden shed, you will have to re-paint it every few years, or you risk rotting, splitting and cracking.

Containers are built to last and very strong, withstanding the weight of six fully-loaded containers stacked on top. Floors are typically comprised of one-inch thick treated marine grade plywood, featuring “C” channel cross members, so you get peace of mind knowing you can safely store your lawn mowers, quads, tractors, mini excavators, and other heavy equipment inside.

Critters

It’s no secret that sheds are very difficult to keep mice and other critters out of. All it takes is a hole as small as a quarter inch in diameter for a mouse to squeeze through. Once inside, mice are destructive, making nests, chewing through material and wires, and even setting up house in the engine compartment of your lawn mower. This can all be expensive to repair, not to mention the aggravation it causes. Containers, on the other hand, are mouse proof, with double gasketed doors that form a tight weather, insect, and mouse proof seal.  

Site Preparation

Shipping containers need very little in the way of site preparation. As long as the ground is fairly level, a container can be placed down right on dirt, concrete, asphalt or crushed stone. Site preparation for a shed is more involved. Set-up of a container takes about 10 minutes – a one-person job. Set-up for a traditional wooden shed requires multiple people, which will cost you more money and time.

Security

The best advantage of storage containers over sheds is their security, built to keep out even the most motivated thieves. You can’t break into a shipping container unless you have power tools, whereas, you only need a crowbar and hammer to get into a shed within seconds.

Contact Transocean Equipment

If you are on the hunt for a dry, secure, rodent-proof shed at an affordable price, contact us to learn more about our storage container solutions.

 

19 of the Best Places to Visit in Charleston, South Carolina

Friday, July 5th, 2019

Charleston, South Carolina has many attractions that makes it an ideal place for your next vacation. There are so many things to do that spending a week will keep you busy with beautiful sites, historic knowledge, and various tours, all of which won’t have to break your pocket book. 

One of the oldest cities in America, Charleston is nicknamed the Holy City for its abundance of churches. Charleston has been named the 27th travel destination in the United States and voted the number 1 travel destination in the United States for the past several years. 

Historical Sites

Charleston is one of the oldest cities in America. The first battle of the Civil War happened here. The rich history this city has makes it an ideal place to visit historical landmarks and sites. Here are just a few of these historical sites people visit when vacationing in Charleston: 

Drayton Hall

John Drayton began construction on his country home in 1793. This grand building is the oldest unrestored plantation house in America still open to the public. The drive on a sandy road and past massive live oak trees takes the tourists back in time. Drayton Hall Plantation is one of the few who have survived the Civil War, and has remained untouched. This gives tourists a remnant of what life looked like over 300 years ago.

Drayton Hall offers guided house tours, with exquisite interiors featuring ornamental details and original 18th-century craftsmanship. You can use the 2 walking trails that follow the Ashley River or visit the on-site African-American cemetery. This cemetery is among the oldest in the nation still in use. 

Fort Sumter National Monument 

Fort Sumter is known for being the location where the American Civil War began in 1861. The Fort Sumter National Monument is located on a small island in Charleston Harbor several miles southwest of the city. After a quick ferry ride to the island, you can spend time exploring the well-preserved stone caverns. Several Civil War-era cannons are still located in the ruins. The National Park Rangers tell the story of Fort Sumter and the vital role the fort had in shaping our nation’s history. The museum also provides in-depth information to all interested in the history of the fort. 

Middleton Place

Middleton Place mansion was built in 1755 to Arthur Middleton who was one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Middleton Place holds an impressive collection of historical artifacts, furniture, and portraits. The plantation hires costumed interpreters who recreate life in the 18th century.

Middleton SC

The re-enactors demonstrate skills and trades such as blacksmithing, carpentry, weaving, and pottery. The Middleton Place is America’s oldest landscaped gardens with 65 acres of trimmed hedges and flower-lined paths that make it the perfect place for nature lovers. 

Aiken-Rhett House

The Aiken-Rhett House is the perfect example of antebellum life. The house was originally built in the early 1800s when then Governor William Aiken and his wife expanded it in the 1850s. The house’s original style has been preserved with antique furnishings, wallpaper, and bronze chandeliers. Take a self-guided audio tour allows tourists to explore the house at their own pace. Aiken-Rhett House is unique in that it remained within the same family for 142 years before becoming a museum. 

The Charleston Museum

In 1773, “America’s First Museum” was founded under the Charleston Library Society. This museum exhibits life during the Revolution, Charleston’s role in the Civil War, and a vast collection of Native American and early settlers artifacts in the Lowcountry History Hall.

Photo of Charleston Museum

A whale who swam into the Charleston Harbor in 1880 hangs suspended in the 2-story lobby. Designed to inspire curiosity and conversation, the Charleston Museum’s collections, exhibitions, educational programs, and events explore the South Carolina Lowcountry and the role it played in shaping our own stories. 

The Ravenel Bridge

At the time of its completion in 2005, the Arthur Ravenel Jr Bridge was the longest cable bridge in North America. This bridge joins Charleston to Mount Pleasant and became a well-loved landmark and rightfully so. The sleek, cable-stay design can withstand winds exceeding 300 miles per hour and 7.4-scale earthquake.

Charleston Ravenel Bridge

Besides multiple lanes for cars, the bridge also includes a pedestrian and bike path called Wonders’ Way. This scenic route offers sweeping views of Charleston and Cooper River, making it a local favorite activity. 

Tours

Tours are popular in Charleston. Whether you choose a walking, boat, or brewery tour, there’s something in this city for everyone. Here are a few tours offered in the Holy City.

Boat Tours 

The Charleston Harbor is one of the must-see places in Charleston. Boat tours are offered, allowing passengers to get great views of the Harbor as well as learning about the city’s maritime history.

Charleston - Boat Tours

The boat tours are a great way to check out the sites, learn about Charleston’s history, and enjoy the beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean, possibly spotting dolphins and other marine life along the way. 

Brewery Tours 

Crafted Travel has received high ratings over the years for its brewery and distillery tour. The knowledgeable and fun guides offer you a 4 hour tour, starting with a distillery—that includes 6 tastings—and continues with stops for a pint at 2 local breweries. While enjoying the local beers, you’ll also get a tour of the Holy City Brewing, Revelry Brewing Co, Charleston Distilling Co, and Firefly Distillery. 

Ghost Tours 

Ghost tours are very popular in Charleston. There are many to choose from, such as carriage, walking, prison, and pub crawls to name a few. But no matter which ones you choose, be prepared to learn and explore Charleston’s darker history and supernatural legends. Whether you believe in the supernatural or not, ghost tours are a fun way to see Charleston. 

Walking Tours

Charleston’s rich history and beautiful landscape makes it the ideal place to go on a walking tour. You can do your own tour for free or join a tour guide to learn the in-depth history of how Charleston played important roles in the Revolutionary and Civil War. One such tour is under 2 miles and goes at a slow pace, making it perfect to take in the sites and snap the must-post selfie. 

Carriage Tours

Charleston’s Old South Carriage Ride and Guided History Tour gives tourists a chance to see many mansions, churches, and gardens in a horse-drawn carriage. The tour covers over 300 years of history, more than 2.5 miles, and 30 blocks of historic Charleston. This is a great experience and a unique way to tour the city and learn all about its rich history. 

Food Tours

Take your taste buds for a stroll and join the Charleston Culinary Tours. This food tour offers the best of Charleston history paired with food and drinks.

Charleston Food Tour

Dine the local cuisine that offers an array of dishes, concoctions, and cocktails to tease everyone’s palate. This unique tour makes the stay in Charleston that much more eclectic.

Nature

Charleston is full of beautiful parks, gardens, and beaches, making it the perfect place for nature lovers. Here are a few favorite places tourists and locals love to visit.

Magnolia Gardens

Magnolia Gardens is the oldest publicly accessed gardens and a must see. It first opened to visitors in 1870, but parts of the garden were in use 2 centuries prior. Magnolia also boasts America’s last large-scale Romantic-style garden. Part of area contains a house, a cabin, exhibits, a nature center, and a petting zoo. They also offer a boat tour to those interested in seeing the gardens from the water.

Waterfront Park

The Waterfront Park stretches for more than 1,000 feet along the Cooper River. A smattering of benches and double swings litter the 12-acre park to give visitors the best views of the Charleston Harbor.

Charleston - Waterfront Park

The popular and unusual Pineapple Fountain rests in the park and is an attraction to both locals and tourists. 

Angel Oak Tree

A short drive from downtown Charleston brings you to the oldest living thing east of the Mississippi River. The Angel Oak Tree is photographed by many and the branches sprawl in all directions. Visitors can come and enjoy a lunch at the picnic tables and walk among the younger oaks surrounding Angel. The age of the tree is undetermined—between 400 to 1,000 years old. Visiting is free, but the attraction asks for donations to help secure the health of the tree.

Folly Beach

Folly Beach is located 12 miles south of downtown Charleston. This massive stretch of coastline attracts a variety of travelers and makes a perfect day trip during the busy week of sight-seeing. People enjoy seashell hunting, surfing, and fishing off the pier.

Charleston - Folly Beach

It gets busy during the hot summer months, so getting there early to snag a good spot is preferable. Many eateries, restaurants, and bars line the coast, making it a perfect place to spend the entire day. Renting equipment such as beach chairs and snorkels is also available.

Sullivan’s Island 

Sullivan’s Island is a 3.3 square mile island that sits at the mouth of the Charleston Harbor. Only a 10 mile drive from east of downtown, Sullivan’s Island is a perfect place to spend the day. The breath-taking beaches, tasty restaurants, and unique shops add to the experience. You can check out the infamous Fort Moultrie where Edgar Allen Poe was stationed for over a year. Sullivan Island was his inspiration for his short story, The Golden Bug.

No matter if you live here or just visiting, there is so much to see and learn about Charleston. It’s fascinating history, eclectic cuisine, and unusual tours add adventure to any vacation itineraries. Choose Charleston as your next vacation destination.

Your Guide to Specialty Containers and What Each Type Can Be Used For

Wednesday, June 26th, 2019

When considering which type of shipping or storage container you need, you may decide you need a specialty container for your unique needs. From flat rack to open top, there are many options available to you. For instance, here at Transocean Equipment Management, we offer specialized 20′ storage containers or 40′ storage containers that can be used for both business and personal purposes. Most specialized containers are available new or used.

Specialty Container Types

There are many types of specialty containers, such as:

  • Open-Top Containers: These are ideal for easy loading and unloading of the container from the top of the unit.
  • Hard-Top Containers: Easy to load, with greater loading height.
  • Refrigerated Containers, AKA “Reefers”: Great for storage and transportation of perishables or other temperature-sensitive cargo.
  • Open-Sided Containers: These feature full side-access doors, along with end cargo doors. Both provide greater accessibility, especially with forklift use.
  • Flat Rack Containers: Designed to transport over-sized items such as vehicles or heavy equipment.

Uses for Containers

Wondering what 20- and 40-foot containers can hold? Here are some suggested items you can hold in a specialty container:

  • Car
  • Small boat
  • Jet Ski or other watercraft
  • Snowmobile
  • Documents
  • Inventory
  • Equipment
  • Feed for agricultural uses
  • Furniture, including appliances and mattress

Shipping containers aren’t just used for shipping items. They can have many creative uses outside of the transportation industry. From homes and offices to restaurants and hotels, the possibilities are endless. Containers can also be used as:

  • Workshops
  • Construction site headquarters
  • Quick food service
  • Pools and saunas
  • Hotels
  • Homes (for minimalist living)
  • Studios
  • Art galleries
  • Fitness centers
  • Home gyms
  • Temporary/pop up shops
  • Studio spaces
  • Laboratories
  • Emergency hospitals
  • Disaster shelters
  • Barriers
  • Construction site storage
  • Garden shed
  • Hay/feed storage barn
  • Inventory storage
  • Job site offices
  • Sports equipment storage
  • Storm bunkers
  • Firework stands

In addition to specialty shipping containers, you can also choose to add on modifications to ensure your unit is designed exactly for your needs. This can include anything from HVAC systems and windows to ventilation systems and much more.

Contact Transocean Equipment Management

To learn more about the specialty containers we sell and rent here at Transocean Equipment Management, please contact us today at 910-483-7828. We would be happy to give you a free price quote on the container of your choosing to help you decide on the best product for your needs and budget.

Popular Shipping Ports in South Carolina

Thursday, May 23rd, 2019

If you need to ship containers anywhere in South Carolina, chances are they’ll be shipped from one of two ports: the seaport of Charleston or the seaport of Georgetown. Each has its own benefits and handles its own traffic, although Georgetown has been severely declining in use over the years. They’re a little over an hour away from each other, or about 60 miles.

Here we’ll go into some detail on each port and how we can serve your shipping container needs throughout South Carolina.

Port of Charleston

Featuring five public terminals, this port’s facilities cover three municipalities, with capacity to handle containers, rolling stock, non-containerized goods, cargo and motor vehicles, along with all of Charleston’s cruise ship operations. All terminals are operated and owned by the South Carolina Ports Authority (SPCA).

There are other facilities contained within the port that are privately owned and operated, and they handle primarily bulk commodities such as petroleum, coal and steel.

In 2017, the Port of Charleston was ranked eighth in the United States by cargo value, with almost $70 billion in imports and exports traded across all docks. It hosts shipping services by more than 13 of the world’s top container carriers. In 2018, the Port of Charleston handled 2.2 million 20-foot equivalent container units (TEUs) and set a record for container volume.

The SPCA announced plans to invest $1.3 billion in new and existing facilities over the next decade, including a new container terminal in North Charleston on the former Navy Base, improvements to existing facilities, and technology upgrades, as well as two inland ports. Did you know the Port of Charleston has the deepest water in the southeast region? It handles post-Panamax vessels that pass through the newly-expanded Panama Canal. Currently, a harbor deepening project is going on to increase the entrance channel to 54 feet and harbor channel to 52 feet at low tide, and 60 feet and 58 feet at high tide.

Port of Georgetown

Located 60 miles north of Charleston, the Port of Georgetown is the state’s dedicated breakbulk and bulk cargo port. It features an expanded berth, plenty of open and covered storage, and specialty cargo handling facilities. Top commodities for this port include steel, cement, aggregates, and forest products. It sits along the Sampit River adjacent to the Georgetown Steel Mill.

The Port of Georgetown is not nearly as popular or as used as the Port of Charleston. In fact, its use has been declining in recent years and reuse plans are underway for the future.

Contact Transocean Equipment Management

To learn more about our shipping containers and our South Carolina location, contact us in our South Carolina office at 864-445-8417, located at 898 Greenwood Hwy in Saluda, SC. You can also email us at benji@transoceancontainers.net.

 

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.

New:

  • 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

Used:

  • 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.

 

20 Foot Hard Top Containers NC

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

Consider 20 Foot Hard Top Containers NC for your storage and cargo needs.

A container is a steel box where goods can be placed and stored. Containers are usually used to transport goods to other places. It is helpful because it can be used to transport large numbers of goods at one time.

A type of container which can be helpful to you is the 20 foot Hard Top Containers NC.

The wall of this kind of container is made up of corrugated steel. Usually the floor of the container is made from wood. It has two common structural features. It has a steel roof which can be removed. This removable roof is very useful because it can accommodate forklift trucks, it allows the roof be lifted with the use of forklift trucks. Its roof approximately weighs from about 440 up to 455 kg. The container’s door can also be easily swiveled out.

Those features of the container explain the packing as well as the unpacking process in the container. The features are very helpful and convenient for the user because it helps make every work easier. The packing and unpacking of the container is easily done because of the removable roofing and also because of its easily swiveled door.

The 20 foot Hard Top Containers NC is usually used for all types of general cargo or typical dry cargo. Another use of this container is when you are dealing with a heavy goods, it is very useful since it is made up of steel and can handle a lot of weight. If you’re in need to load the cargo through the container’s door or its roof, then a very useful container is the 20 foot Hard Top Containers NC.

This kind of container can be very helpful to those companies who are importing and exporting several goods from different places to another. Transocean Equipment Management specializes in the sale of new and used shipping or storage containers, available in whatever type or condition that you need. We also offer a wide range of other storage and transport equipment, such as dry vans, open-top containers, insulated reefers, and more.

Contact us for 20 Foot Hard Top Containers NC.

40 Foot Hard Top Containers NC

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

Transocean has 40 Foot Hard Top Containers NC.

There are lots of companies which provide different kinds of shipping containers nowadays. There are different kinds of containers that might be very useful to you. One of these very useful containers is the 40 foot Hard Top Containers NC. This kind of container has a lot of features you can benefit from.

Containers like 40 foot Hard Top Containers NC has been widely used because of its efficiency in port handling. It is also used effectively to lower costs and freight charges and helps as well to boost the flow of trades. The wall of 40 foot Hard Top Containers NC is made up of corrugated steel. Its flooring is commonly made from wood that is the reason why the normal shipping for this kind of cargo is usually dry cargo. Some manufacturer customizes containers depending on the needs of the customers. It is available in all capacities and all sizes.

40 Foot Hard Top Containers NC Features

The following are the features of a 40 foot Hard Top Containers NC and might encourage you that it is one of the best cargo containers.

  • The container is especially made for excessive and high loads, heavy loads as well as for loading.
  • Its roof which is made of steel is fitted using a forklift rings. By this it can be easily removed using the forklift.
  • The roof weight approximately 990lbs or 450 kg and can easily be raised up to 70 mm, by the use of the roof’s locking devices. Swinging out the door need not to remove the roof.
  • 40 Foot Hard Top Containers NC can be easily loaded with cargo because of the swiveled out door and its removable roof.
  • A hardtop container can provide several lashing devices which are used to fasten the goods.

This container is surely useful for those companies that are in need of using containers which are durable and versatile as well. Using a container like 40 foot Hard Top Containers NC is one of the containers you must be looking for your shipping purposes.

40 Foot Hard Top Containers NC are best for the storage or shipping jobs you might have.

Shipping Containers SC

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

Looking for shipping containers SC?

Shipping containers in South Carolina are usually used for transporting goods from one place to another. These are usually seen as steel boxes that are carried through cargo ships or cargo trucks. Shipping Containers SC are designed to transport and store different auto parts and construction materials. They can also store and transport farm equipment, landscaping materials, and many household items. They are able to transport materials and items like medical supplies, inventory overstock, theatrical props and even sports and school equipment.

Modified Shipping Containers SC

Shipping Containers SC can also modify their shipping containers that are intended for client’s specific applications. They can make portable retail outlets or offices out of these containers and have it painted and reconstructed for the client’s requirements. They can also provide interior and exterior painting, personnel doors, lock boxes, roll-up doors, windows and louver and turbine vents if the client wishes to have it in the container. They can also make their containers as mini venues for small gatherings and make it as a private venue for family gatherings. They are always ready to give their services when it comes to goods transportation with the use of their shipping containers.

Transocean has shipping containers SC.

Transocean Equipment Management specializes in the sale of new and used shipping or storage containers, available in whatever type or condition that you need. We also offer a wide range of other storage and transport equipment, such as dry vans, open-top containers, insulated reefers, and more. Headquartered in Fayetteville, North Carolina, Transocean Equipment Management, LLC, is a locally owned and operated business with connections that help us to provide container solutions worldwide. While our convenient location just off I-95 allows us to service a widespread local territory, it also provides easy access to our other strategic port and hub locations, which include:

  • Charleston, South Carolina
  • Chesapeake, Virginia
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • Savannah, Georgia

Contact Transocean for shipping containers SC.

40′ Open Top Containers NC

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

Looking for 40 foot Open Top Containers NC?

Shipping containers no longer look the same as the rusted, ugly rectangles. At these times, you can see a wide range of 40 foot containers designed not for shipping sole purpose but likewise for storage. There are different types of 40 foot shipping containers used in North Carolina such as the high cubes, double door, tween deck, and 40 foot Open Top Containers NC. The variations in some of its features come straight from its manufacturers but others are professionally modified.

40 foot Open Top Containers NC are containers with easy-to-remove lids most people prefer using when storage or cargo at hand needs to be loaded by cranes or those which do not fit through doors in normal dry freight vans due to its too tall size. It features roof bows as well as tarpaulin on open top container that is easy and completely removable. Aside from that, its door header is usually can be out-swiveled of the way to allow far easier access during loading. Its floor is made of plywood hardwood to diffuse stains and odors. Depending on your specific requirements, these shipping containers can provide you with what you need. But these types of shipping containers are exceptional storage for bulk or loose materials like wood chips, waste material, recyclables, agricultural; products, and construction debris.

40 Foot Open Top Containers NC | Industries

You may find these 40 foot Open Top Containers NC in several industries such as storage facilities, construction companies as well as other business that requires cheaper yet sturdy, safe, and durable storage or transport both for short or long term. As these containers can be stacked from on top of another, you can definitely save on space when you want to store items and save on costs when you want cargoes be transported from point to point in the State of North Carolina.

40 foot Open Top Containers NC might be the best for your moving and shipping needs.

Transocean Equipment Management specializes in the sale of new and used shipping or storage containers, available in whatever type or condition that you need. We also offer a wide range of other storage and transport equipment, such as dry vans, open-top containers, insulated reefers, and more.

Contact us today for 40 foot open top containers NC.

Shipping Containers NC

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

Contact Transocean for shipping containers NC.

Shipping containers are the strong steel boxes that are suitable to use for shipping, handling and storing items. Shipping containers NC come in many sizes, depending on your shipping needs. Shipping containers NC come in 10′, 16′, 20′, 24′, 40′ and 45′ sizes. These containers can support forklift loading and unloading. Certified ISO standards insure units can be loaded and moved with up to 30 tons gross weight, the standard in the international shipping industry.

You can find new or used shipping containers NC from Transocean Equipment Management.

New and Used Shipping Containers NC

Transocean Equipment Management specializes in the sale of new and used shipping or storage containers, available in whatever type or condition that you need. We also offer a wide range of other storage and transport equipment, such as dry vans, open-top containers, insulated reefers, and more. Headquartered in Fayetteville, North Carolina, Transocean Equipment Management, LLC, is a locally owned and operated business with connections that help us to provide container solutions worldwide. While our convenient location just off I-95 allows us to service a widespread local territory, it also provides easy access to our other strategic port and hub locations, which include:

  • Charleston, South Carolina
  • Chesapeake, Virginia
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • Savannah, Georgia

Contact us today for shipping containers NC.

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