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You can rent a container for one day to an indefinite period, but in all cases the minimum rental period is 30 days.
You must always level the container so that the doors can open and close properly.
Tip: Make the surface on which the container is placed even and use tiles or (hard) wood under the corners of the container.
We deliver worldwide. If a location is less accessible, we ask you to inform us in advance so that the situation can be presented on the spot at our transport department. This department can then assess whether and how delivery is possible.
Yes, it definitely is. All containers are wind and water resistant, and usually in new condition.
To protect your property against possible condensation due to temperature differences, you can use moving blankets.
No, the reefer can only keep your products frozen to -20 degrees Celsius.
No, the reefer can only keep your products at a temperature of up to 20 degrees Celsius.
PTI stands for Pre Trip Inspection, the motors of the reefers are pre-tested for operation and if desired set to temperature.
The reefer containers use 400 volts (380 volts, power current). A 5-pin plug for on-land use and if the container is used for sea transport, there will be a 4-pin plug.
This is a testing regulation for containers and therefore means that the container is suitable for transport. In most cases our containers have a valid CSC before they are delivered
Yes, this is certainly possible. If desired, we deliver containers in your company colors and/or logos.
If you want to place the container on municipal land, in most cases you have to ask permission from your municipality. Sometimes an e-mail or phone call is enough. In other cases, you must apply for a permit or exemption. In addition to a permit, a precari tax applies in some municipalities. This is tax that you pay for the use of public space.
If you want to place the container on your own site, in most cases you do not have to apply for a permit.