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What are the benefits of refrigerated containers?

Our refrigerated containers often called “reefers” are capable of maintaining a designated temperature range between -20 degrees Fahrenheit and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. The ability to control the temperature provides precision and consistency to your perishable items. Our used refrigerated containers are dependable and in great condition. The refrigerated units come equipped with an all electric cooling system and are insulated as well. The containers are equipped with lockable double doors on one end, durable t-rail flooring, and offer a secure storage space along with easy access. These units are placed on ground level and are ready to store your cold items. The containers are durable and designed for outdoor use, but can be easily placed inside your warehouse for indoor cold storage. Refrigerated containers are a great alternative to diesel powered units!

Why would I want one?

  • Inventory Overflow Storage
  • Floral Industry
  • Commercial Kitchen Remodels
  • Restaurant Industry
  • Farming and Agriculture Storage
  • Chemical Supply and Manufacturing
  • Medical, Biomedical, and Pharmaceuticals
  • Vaccines
  • Meat Processing
  • Seafood Wholesale
  • Food and Beverage Distribution
  • Produce Storage

What kind are there?

Rentals and for Purchase
20′ Refrigerated Container
Cubic Capacity
1,010 cu. ft. (967)**
Tare Weight
6,503
Max Gross
52,800
Max Payload
46,407
40′ Refrigerated Container 2,051 cu. ft. (1959)** 9,700 67,200 57,450
40′ High Cube Refrigerated 2,380 cu. ft. (2,289)** 9,590 70,550 60,960

 

How can I get them?

Still not convinced? Let our knowledgeable container experts talk to you further about the benefits of refrigerated containers. Contact Container Alliance, and we can help you find the right storage solution that fits your needs. We can answer any questions you may have! Give us a call at (800) 386-2345 or fill out our quick quote form.

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