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Standard containers account for approximately 85 per cent of all containers in use worldwide. They are the 'workhorses' among containers. Can be used to store and transport almost any type of goods. CHS always has a sufficient quantity of this type of container in stock at ports, in Germany and at many locations worldwide. You might also sell your used containers at any of our depots. Our containers are available in the qualities 'one-way', 'good one-way' and 'new container'.
Containers are the standardised universal packaging for transporting and storing almost any type of goods. Crates, bales, carriages and unpackaged machines can all be transported in a safe and protected way.
If the cargo is voluminous or bulky and a standard 8'6" high container is too low, then a High-Cube container (9' 6") may be the right solution.
Pallet-wide containers were developed specifically for the European market as well as short sea shipping. Their internal width of at least 2.42 m allows two EURO pallets to be loaded lengthwise or three EURO pallets loaded crosswise into the container.
Flats consist of a heavy-duty floor structure with a steel frame, a softwood floor and either two fixed or collapsible end walls. The end walls are stable enough to allow cargo-securing equipment to be attached as well as several flats to be stacked on top of each other. Numerous lashing rings for securing the cargo are installed in the side rails, corner posts and floor. Flats can also be equipped with stanchions for transporting certain cargoes.
The roof of an open-top container consists of removable bows and a removable tarp. A hard-top container has a removable steel roof. The top door rail swings out on both models. These design features make loading and unloading the container significantly easier. When the roof is open and the top door rail is swung out, the container can easily be loaded or unloaded from above or through the doors using a crane or trolley. Please note that the roof bows on an open-top container not only support the tarp, but also increase the stability of the container. For this reason, flats are more suitable for high cargoes.
Bulk containers are equipped with three filling openings in the roof for pouring goods in. The openings are approximately 455 mm (1 3/4') in diameter. The distance between the openings (centre to centre) is 1.83 m (6'). The two discharge openings located in the door side are equipped with short hoses on some containers. These are used to direct the bulk material. Alternatively, the doors can be fitted with two discharge flaps, which can be used to empty the container.
The newest generation of CHS refrigerated containers are the right choice for anyone who is looking for flexibility! These containers are optimally suited for storing your temperature-sensitive goods!
Whether for short-term use as a large refrigerator for a big event or for longer-term use while renovating your refrigerated warehouse: your products can be stored under optimal conditions at whatever temperature you require!
These small containers are the right solution if a 'normal' sea container is too large!
Craftsmen and gardening businesses, but also allotment associations and individuals appreciate these sturdy, inexpensive storage facilities. The containers are not intended for transport by rail or ship, only as storage facilities. And as such they are indispensable at every construction site!
Side-door – Double-door – Open-side – Self-storage – Mobile workshop – Tyre container.