Purpose of Tunnel Containers


Tunnel Containers


In this post about tunnel container is explained. The summary about tunnel containers includes its manufacture details, use of tunnel containers in shipping and a brief description about specification of tunnel containers.


Tunnel ContainersThe Tunnel containers have eight feet ends at both sides which looks like a tunnel when both sets of doors are open. In some  locations, tunnel containers are also known as tunneltainers, double enders container or double end door container.


Stuffing and de stuffing are easy in a tunnel container due to its accessibility than a standard container. The cargo can be loaded and unloaded from both ends of doors. Small and many number of packages can be easily stuffed and de stuffed. A partition at middle of container can be made for any specific cargo to be loaded and unloaded easily.


Generally, the tunnel containers are available in 20’ . The tunnel containers of 10ft x 8ft – 20ft x 8ft – and 40ft x 8ft are also available. Standard shipping containers and high cube cargo containers are also converted in to tunnel container units as per requirements. The present business world is 100% customization. So the container manufacturers are ready to make any types,sizes and other facilities as per requirements of customer.


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Also read other types of containers : Standard Dry Containers,  Open Top Containers , High cube Containers , Refrigerated Containers (Reefer Containers),  GOH Containers (Garments on hanger containers)  ,Open Side Containers,  Tank Containers , Half height Containers , Ventilated Containers, Car Carrier Containers,Hard top Containers,Insulated Containers,  Platform ContainersFlat rack Containers 

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