We source 10 to 53 foot long containers, high-cube containers, intermodal containers, conex boxes, cargo containers, and refrigerated containers.
Inquire with your needs so we can give you pricing based on your location.
Why Customers Choose ONSITE STORAGE SOLUTIONS
On-Site Storage Solutions has been selling and renting new and used shipping containers throughout North America since 2002. As one of the leading sellers of containers, we purchase thousands of containers from major shipping and container lease companies. Our volume purchasing gets us a significant discount, allowing us to offer the best prices guaranteed. Purchase or rent from us with confidence, knowing we have the experience to deliver the storage container you want, at a price you can afford. Call today current pricing.
How It Works In 3 Steps
1. What Size Do You Need?
Used storage containers come in standard sizes including 20', 40', 40' High Cube and 45' High Cube. We also sell new storage containers with other sizes and configurations starting as short as 10'. The price difference between 20' and 40' is not much, due to supply and demand.
2. Best Price Guaranteed
On-site Storage Solutions is a leader in the sale and rental of new and used storage containers. We buy thousands of shipping containers, which means we get the best prices on volume for you. Submit your info to get a quote, confirm our inventory, and get your storage container.
3. Delivery in 3-5 Biz. Days
We usually deliver your cargo container within 1 week of placing your order. Delivery is done using specialized tilt bed trailers for heavy steel shipping containers. The delivery charge starts at $325 and varies based on location and distance traveled. Submit your zip code to get firm pricing.
Guaranteed To Be Wind and Water Tight
All of the containers we source at minimum are are Wind and Water Tight (WWT) and guaranteed to not leak, to protect what you put inside of it. We guarantee it or we'll replace it with one that is.
Used Containers Have Dents & Rust
All used containers have come off a ship and thus may have external dings, dents and rust. Internally, they are Wind and Water Tight to safeguard what you put inside. If dings, dents or rust is unacceptable, then you can upgrade to a One-Trip container, which is near new.
Space is Needed for the Delivery Truck
20 foot containers need 60 feet of space to accommodate a 40 foot truck trailer.
40 foot containers need 100 feet of space to accommodate a 60 foot truck trailer.
Delivery Surface for the Truck
Due to the weight of the container and delivery truck, the surface it traverses needs to be able to support it. We can provide more information regarding site preparation.