There are over 20 million intermodal shipping containers in cargo circulation. In certain cities containers pile up in rail depots and ports, and companies are charged for storage.
If too many shipping containers pile up, intermodal companies will sell of the units. This supply fluctuation is why containers have different prices in different cities.
We can help you navigate the process of purchasing shipping containers in your city by working directly with intermodal equipment firms and shipping lines to buy their excess containers.
What's the Difference between CWO & WWT?
CWO means "cargo-worthy" or that a container has the structural integrity to be stacked 7-high on a cargo ship. WWT means "wind and water tight" and is primarily used for storage.
Check out the video to learn more.