FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The standard dimensions of a 40 Foot High Cube container are approximately 40 feet long, 8 feet wide, and 9.5 feet tall. The “High Cube” designation means it has an extra foot of height compared to a standard container.
The difference between CW (Cargo Worthy) and WWT (Wind & Watertight) shipping containers lies in their suitability for different purposes. A CW container is certified for international shipping and undergoes a thorough inspection to ensure it meets safety standards. It is deemed suitable for transporting cargo. On the other hand, a WWT container is weatherproof and protects cargo from wind and water. While it may not meet the requirements for international shipping, it can still be used for domestic shipping.
WWT (Wind and Water Tight) containers are typically used for local or domestic shipping rather than international shipping. While they provide weatherproofing and protection for cargo during transportation, they may not meet the stringent criteria required for international shipments. It is advisable to consult with shipping experts or container suppliers to determine the specific requirements for international shipping and the suitability of a 40-foot High Cube WWT container.
As long as your items are legal and safe for transportation, there are typically no specific restrictions on what you can store inside a 40-foot high Cube WWT container. However, it’s always recommended to check with local regulations and the shipping company for any specific guidelines.