20 Foot Shipping Containers
20' Storage Container Conditions
Depending on your need, we offer both new and used connex boxes. New or used- our containers can withstand the elements and can provide maximum durability for years to come.
If you’re not sure whether you need a new or used container, please talk to our team of container specialists and they can match you with the right fit.
If you’re interested in having your 20 ft shipping container delivered, Pac-Van has you covered. With locations nationwide, we can service you wherever you are located.
Your 20 foot storage container will be delivered via a tilt-bed truck and you can specify which direction you want the doors facing. In most cases, the driver will back up the trailer and lower the end until it touches the ground and then pull straight out from under it. There are some basic 20 foot shipping container specifications for delivery at your drop-off location of choice. We’ll need about 75’ of straight clearance, along with a width of around 12’ and a minimum of 20’ overhead clearance. You’ll want to make sure whatever surface— including asphalt, gravel, grass, earth, and concrete— you place the container on is level, smooth, and firm.
If you’d like additional information on new or used 20 ft storage containers for sale or rental, or have any other questions, we’re here to help.
*Please note, because of changes in market, availability, and other variables, Pac-Van quotes specific prices daily.
20' Connex Box
20' Connex Box
- Length: 20′
- Width: 8′
- Height: 8′ 6″
- Length: 19′ 3″
- Width: 7′ 8-1/2″
- Height: 7′ 10-1/8″
- Width: 7′ 8-1/4“
- Height: 7′ 5-3/4″
- Cube Capacity: 1,120 cu. ft.
- Max Gross: 67,200 lbs.
- Best option for short-term needs (i.e. days, weeks, months)
- Lower rates offered when you rent for a longer period of time
- Best option for long-term storage needs (i.e. years)
Ready to lease or purchase? Call us today at 1-800-587-1784 or fill out our online Request for Quote.
*Please note: Pac-Van does not offer personal moving services nor do we store loaded containers on our property.