## What is the inner dimension of 40 feet container?

In general, however, interior dimensions are: 39’6” long x 7’6” wide x 7’10” high. 12.19m long x 2.44m wide x 2.59m high.

## What is the ID of a shipping container?

Container Identification Number Each shipping container has a unique identification number. The first three letters represent the container owner (registered with the Bureau International des Containers “BIC”), and those are followed by a “U” for dry containers, and then six more numerical digits for the unit number.

What are the inside dimensions of a container?

The shipping container dimensions for a 40 ft container are 40 ft long, 8’6″ high (or 9’6″ for a 40ft high cube container), and 8 feet wide. Internally, these dimensions are 39″ long, 7’8″ wide, and 7’9″ high.

Is a container for identifiers?

(1) The container number is the most important and complex marking on the door and is a unique alpha-numeric sequence of four letters and seven numbers to identify containers internationally. It is assigned by the classification agency ISO under their code ISO6346:1995(E).

### How many CBM is 40hq?

What is the size of a 40 ft High Cube container?

Dimensions 2.65m x 2.35m x 12m
Total Volume 76 cubic metres (cbm)
Pallets in a 40ft container including High Cube version. 18 pallets (or 36 if <120cm high and double stacked)

### How do I find my container details?

One way to track a container is using the container number. A container number is composed of four letters (container prefix) which is the owner code followed by six digits serial number and a check digit. For example: ABCD1234567. The owner code shows the company to which the container belongs.

Why do all container numbers end in U?

The U at the end is the letter for all standard cargo containers. If there is an R, it is a reefer. The next six digits are for the owner of the container. It is how they can keep track of their fleet.

What is the width of a 40ft container?

Container Dimensions

Outside Length Internal Width
40ft Container Dimensions 12.2m 40ft 2.35m 7ft 9in
20ft Tunnel Dimensions 6.06m 20ft 2.35m 7ft 9in
20ft Open-sider Dimensions 6.06m 20ft 2.29m 7ft 6in
40ft High Cube Dimensions 12.2m 40ft 2.35m 7ft 9in

## How tall is the inside of a shipping container?

8ft 6”
Shipping Container Dimensions Commonly the height of a container will be 8ft 6” and a high cube will have an additional foot to be 9ft 6”. Our variety of small new build containers are ideal for small areas and tight corners and a solution if you are restricted of space.

## What is ISO code for containers?

ISO 6346
ISO 6346 is an international standard which describes the identification of a shipping container. The standard is maintained by the BIC (International Container Bureau) and covers the serial number, owner, country code, and size of any given shipping container.