Shipping Container Delivery And Shipping Options


Tilt Bed / Roll Off – The container will arrive on a trailer that will tilt back and place the edge of the container on the ground. The trailer will pull away and allow the container to slide, or roll, off onto the ground.


Customer Assist – This requires the customer to have an anchor point on the delivery site. A chain can be attached to the container and then attached to the anchor point. The trailer will then pull away and the container will slide onto the ground.

Flat Bed – The container will arrive on a flat bed trailer attached to a semi-truck. The customer will need to provide a means to lift the container off of the trailer, which could be a crane, forklift, or any other heavy equipment. Our Dispatch team can give you a list of crane companies in your area upon request.

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Door orientation refers to the direction the doors should face when loaded on the trailer. Think about where you want the driver to place the container and then also consider the containers surroundings.

Doors Forward – The doors will face the back of the truck and will be the last thing off the trailer as it is delivered. An example of using doors forward would be that you are placing your container up against a fence, barn, or other structure.

Doors to the Rear – The doors will face away from the truck and will be the first thing off the trailer as it is delivered.


Customers are able to arrange a date and time to go to the depot and pick up their container. Please contact us to ensure you have the proper equipment needed. In addition to receiving the container faster, you will receive $200 off your entire order!

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