6ft shipping containers
6ft Shipping Container for Hire
The 6ft container is our smallest container. It’s size is perfect for smaller sites, or building sites in between floors or when you just don’t require the capacity of a full shipping container. Ventilated and weather tight, they have a lockbox for added peace of mind – perfect to pair with an OZBOX shipping grade padlock for an extra layer of security! Constructed with steel frames, fully vertically corrugated steel side and end walls, die-stamped corrugated steel roof, corrugated double hinged doors. Added feature with fork- pockets at the door end
- Made from extremely tough Corten Steel
- Exterior x 3 coats of Paint. Interior 2 x coats of paint
- Marine Plywood Floor
- Lockbox – For added security
- Vents x 4
- Full door seals to ensure weather tightness and vermin proof
- Forklift Pockets – For onsite moves
- Easy Open Door
- 3.3 cbm internal storage
Delivery Options: Hiab truck unless the customer has a forklift on site. It can then be delivered with a flat deck.
Length 1820mm, Width 1600mm, Height 1480mm
Length 1669mm, Width 1512mm, Height 1301mm
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If this shipping container is not quite the right size for your requirements, we have lots of alternative sizes available for sale including 6ft, 7ft, 8ft, 9ft and 10ft containers. Of course, if you are looking for something bigger, we also have 20ft and 40ft containers for hire and sale. Looking for alternative sizes? Check out all our shipping containers for sale or hire or quickly view the most popular sizes below. We also have speciality shipping containers available for sale and hire including High Cube, Reefer, Dangerous Goods, Office Containers and Hospitality Containers.
Frequently asked questions
What are 8ft containers used for?
Should I buy an 8ft or a 10ft container?
It really depends on how much you have to store and the length of what you are storing. We would suggest measuring what your largest items are to ensure they fit inside the 8ft container. There is quite a difference in price between an 8ft versus a 10ft container so if everything looks like it will fit into an 8ft container then it’s definitely the better value for money choice.