StoreCan has a large inventory of new and used 20 and 40ft standard and customizable shipping containers, ready for delivery and modification.
Since we have contracts and direct relationships with all the main shipping lines and shipping container manufacturers, we are confident of a reliable supply of new and used storage containers at competitive prices, even during the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Our inventory is located at several container depots in Toronto, Ontario, Calgary, Edmonton, and Delta. This enables us to deliver containers all over Ontario, Alberta, and British Columbia.
A very popular product, our 20ft shipping containers provide both an ideal storage space and the potential for conversion for many other uses, such as an extended office or outside the classroom. Constructed in either aluminum or steel with a marine ply floor, external dimensions are 20ft long by 8ft wide by 8.6ft high, internal capacity is 32 cubic meters and the container can take a maximum gross weight of 67,000lbs. The empty weight is 5,070lbs.
The 40ft shipping container is one of the most commonly used sizes for international transportation and can hold 21 American-style pallets. They are ideal for storing machinery and large items, and for larger conversion projects. Constructed in steel with a marine ply floor, external dimensions are 40ft long by 8ft wide by 8.6ft high, internal capacity is 67 cubic meters and the container can take a maximum gross weight of 71,650lbs. The empty weight is 8,270lbs.
StoreCan has been supplying modified 20ft and 40 ft containers for multiple projects and various industries. The ISO sea cans are suitable for additional windows and doors, welding together to create larger spaces, opening out for exhibition stands, adding vents, shelving, and internal fittings. Our experienced engineers can help you design your perfect space, maximizing the container’s features and structure. Contact us with your ideas and we will help bring them to reality.
Refrigerated shipping containers (often called Reefers) make great cold storage units for perishable, temperature-sensitive goods, such as food and pharmaceuticals. These containers distribute chilled air over the cargo via the floor space, are ventilated, equipped with food-grade, stainless steel linings, and three-phase power connections, and run on ozone-friendly refrigerant.