We source directly from the closest container port to ensure the best possible prices and a smooth process for both buyers and sellers.
We sell both new and used containers. Choose between clearly defined condition standards to suit your specific needs.
We can arrange delivery straight to your door or you can choose to pick-up the container yourself, if you already have a preferred supplier.
“Awesome service that takes the complexity away from buying containers. Worked exactly as it should.“
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“We are building a summer house of 3 used containers. For “non-shipping” people, it’s great to be able to use a dedicated platform that makes it easy to get the right container at the best price.“
If you need to use your container for shipping or exports, it needs a valid "CSC Plate". For all cargo-worthy containers we can provide a CSC Survey for a small fee.
Buying your own shipping container if you are moving can be a great idea. This guide explains the key aspects to consider, as well as how to arrange pick-up and delivery of loaded shipping containers.
New “one-trip” containers represent the best quality available on the market. However, they are used for a single trip with cargo and will sometimes have light wear and tear. This guide explains what to expect when buying a new one-trip container from BoxHub.
The purpose of this guide is to make sure the delivery of your container is as smooth as possible. The main thing to consider is “space” (is there enough space for the delivery truck to maneuver) and “surface” (can the delivery truck drive on the surface and do you have an even, hard surface to place the container on).
Should I get a new or used container and what is the difference between "cargo-worthy" and "wind & watertight"? This article outlines the four main condition categories and helps you choose the right container for your specific needs.
Whether containers have "low" or "high" handling locking gear is a question of whether it was designed for international shipping or specifically for storage.