Jameda International

A container with strength suitable to withstand shipment, storage, and handling. Shipping containers range from large reusable steel boxes used for intermodal shipments to the ubiquitous corrugated boxes. Terms abbreviation used such as DV(Dry Van) and GP (General Purpose).

  1. 10Ft Standard =  Length 8ft, Wide 10ft, Height 8.6ft
  2. 10ft High Cube = Length 8ft, Wide 10ft, Height 9.6ft
  3. 20ft Standard = Length 8ft, Wide 20ft, Height 8.6ft
  4. 20ft High Cube = Length 8ft, Wide 20ft, Height 9.6ft
  5. 40ft Standard = Length 8ft, Wide 40ft, Height 8.6ft
  6. 40ft High Cube = Length 8ft, Wide 40ft, Height 9.6ft
  7. 45ft Standard = Length 8ft, Wide 45ft, Height 8.6ft
  8. 45ft High Cube = Lenght 8ft, Wide 45ft, Height 8.6ft

Rarely use are 10ft high cube, 20ft high cube, and 45ft Standard and high cube.

Uses for the transportation of liquids, gasses, powders, chemicals, perishable and non-perishable food items, alcohol and non-alcoholic liquids

Types of ISO tank containers

T1 ISO tank container

T4 ISO tank container

T11 ISO tank container

T14 ISO tank container

T50 ISO tank container

T75 ISO tank container

Rubber-lined ISO tank container

Food-grade tank

Reefer tank

Gas tank


SWAP container tank

SWAP body tank

Wine and light liquids

Non-hazardous edible and non-edible oils

Non-hazardous chemicals

Hazardous chemicals and acids like HCI and zinc chloride

Gasses such as LPG and ammonia

Cryogenic gasses

Acid-based chemicals

Only loaded with food grade products

Ideal for food and chemicals

Suitable for the transport of gasses

Suitable for transport of grains and powders

Transport of cargo between 26,000 and 35,000 metric tons, 25,600 and 31,500 long tons and 28,700 and 35,000 short tons

This container type is bigger than its frame, ideal for lightweight cargo and storage use

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