UsedShippingContainer.org is the best place to find and buy all sizes of used shipping containers in Greenville. From 40 ft WWT used containers in Greenville to one trip used shipping containers for sale in Greenville, you won't find a better selection or lower prices anywhere else. Unless you are purchasing an as is container in Greenville, it will be guaranteed to be wind and water tight. Whether you are looking to buy a used shipping container in Greenville to store construction equipment, excess inventory, hotel merchandise and equipment, storing records or sports equipment, we have the solution to your needs. We take pride in our customer service, and our top priority is to make it easy and affordable to buy used shipping containers in Greenville, North Carolina.
Standard shipping containers have 8 ft width and 8 ft 6 in height. We also have used high cube shipping containers available, which are an extra foot taller than standard units at 9'6" tall. Here's the most common lengths:
Other sized used portable storage containers are for sale in Greenville including 16 ft, 30 ft, 48 ft and 54 ft, as well as refrigerated, climate controlled containers (reefers), but they are not always in inventory.
Greenville used shipping containers cost $1,500 to $4,000 depending on the condition and size you need. For 40 ft containers that are in great condition you will usually pay around $2,700 to $3,200. Request pricing now and find out exactly how much it costs to buy a used container in Greenville.
In some cases we have modified and custom shipping containers for sale in Greenville. There are lots of optional features that you can add onto your containers including racks and shelves for organization, lock boxes for added security, ventilation,
We sell one trip containers, cargo worthy used shipping containers, WWT shipping containers, as is containers, and Grade A, Grade B, and Grade C containers. One trip containers are technically used containers, but they are sometimes referred to as new containers due to how new they are. One trip containers are the most expensive, with cargo worthy being the next most expensive, then WWT, then as is containers. All containers are inspected and graded at the container depot. If you need to ship cargo, then you may need to have a CSC survey to determine cargo worthiness for the ISO container.
No, our containers are next off the rack, and selected from intermodal shipping container cargo pools in Greenville. This enables customers to get the lowest possible price, while getting a high quality storage container. You can view sample pictures to get an idea of what your container will look like.