Are you looking for a small shipping container? Our 10 foot shipping containers can be handy when you don’t have a lot of space to work with, or you don’t need to transport or store a large number of goods. They are exactly half the size of 20-foot containers, which equates to half the size of a single-car garage
Benefits and Common Uses of 10 foot Shipping Containers
- Extra small shipping container size fits almost anywhere
- Great way to store or move personal items
- Ground level containers makes it easy to climb in-and-out safely
- Lock up construction tools and small property items
- Keep your materials out of the weather elements
- Portable and relocatable to adapt to your site easily
- Make great personal sheds for yard work tools and gardening storage
What fits in a 10 Foot Shipping Container?
10 ft. metal shipping containers are one of the more rare and unique shipping container sizes. When available, they can offer an excellent storage solution for spaces where the more common 20’ and 40’ options can’t fit or aren’t needed.
Dimensions of 10 FT Shipping Container
How Much Does A Shipping Container Cost?
10-foot shipping containers are made from 20-foot containers that have been cut in half into two 10 ft units. Whereas new 10′ containers are made from specially designed Duocon 20′ containers that are designed to be cut in half. The new one trip 10′ containers made from a 20′ Duocon will have corner castings at all 8 corners and they will all come with a set of double doors at one end. See Duocon 20′ and 40′ for more details.
If you want to learn more about 10 foot containers, or if you simply wish to talk with the specialists please contact us at (888) 405-8772 and we’ll be happy to answer all of your questions and assist you make the best decision.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
10 ft. shipping containers usually cost between $3,000 and $4,500. The price of these containers are higher compared to their larger counterparts is attributed to a more labor-intensive manufacturing process. This additional labor involved in producing 10-foot containers contributes to their relatively higher cost in the market.
A 10 ft. shipping container weighs around 2645 lbs when empty, and it has a payload capacity of approximately 19,753 lbs.
No, shipping containers come in a variety of sizes, the most popular being 20 and 40 foot long, with an 8-foot width and 8-foot 6-inch height. Other sizes available include 10 ft, 40 ft high cube, 45 ft, and 53 ft in length.
Mini containers are the smallest shipping containers available in sizes of 6 ft, 8 ft, and 10 ft. While they offer flexible storage solutions for both personal and business use, availability is limited due to their specialty nature. The most commonly available option is the 10 ft container.