New 20-ft Double Door


Standard ISO shipping containers are 8ft (2.43m) wide, 8.5ft (2.59m) high and come in two lengths; 20ft (6.06m) and 40ft (12.2m). Extra tall shipping containers called high-cube containers are available at 9.5ft (2.89m) high.


Need a container for your Western business? Check out our 20ft container with double doors each end – perfect for easy loading and unloading.

Do you have goods that need shipping? The Western Container Company has an answer. We’re proud to offer our 20ft container with double doors each end, which allows easy loading and unloading of the goods inside.

These kinds of containers are ideal if you’re looking to ship goods between countries in Asia, Africa, Europe and Australia. At Western Container Company. We believe in doing everything possible to help your business succeed, which is why we offer competitive prices on all of our products as well as our world-class customer service and delivery services.

Standard Features of 20-ft Double Door Container 

Doors on Both Ends! You’ll love how convenient it is to have access on both ends of our 20ft container. Our containers are designed to be stacked, so no matter which direction you turn, you’ll always have a door accessible to get things in and out of your unit quickly and easily.

Plus, we offer you as many different door types as possible to ensure that you find one that works perfectly for your needs. Browse our large selection online today! Safely Get in and Out: No more trying to haul yourself up or climb down from some precarious position high above ground level when using one of our shipping containers – standard units come equipped with sturdy ladders that are perfectly-sized for getting in or out without sacrificing comfort or safety!

Double Doors Each End

Our containers are shipped directly from our manufacturers in China, so they come equipped with dual doors on both ends to make moving in and out much easier! Our team can also customize door hardware if you need a different configuration.
If you’re looking for an overseas shipping container, we recommend contacting us so we can help you find one that fits your budget as well as any specific requirements you may have about size or design (e.g., needs roll-up door). Get in touch today to get started!
Just like everything else at Western Container Sales Ltd., our containers are designed to work as efficiently as possible—whether it’s getting in and out of trucks or using forklifts inside a yard.
They’re extra sturdy, which means they won’t bow or break when being transported on railroads and highways; these boxes are built with high strength steel framing that maintains its integrity even when full of products! Don’t hesitate to contact us if you’d like more information about how Western Container Sales Ltd.’s low cost solutions can simplify your next transport project.

ISO Container Dimensions

A standard intermodal shipping container has an overall length of approximately 20 feet (6 meters), with a width of 8 feet, 6 inches (2.59 meters) and height of 8 feet, 6 inches (2.59 meters).

This structure makes it about half as tall as most two-story houses, but still wide enough to load from both sides—which is why it’s called intermodal or cabooseless shipping: there is no separate caboose behind it that needs to be loaded or unloaded first.

This container also features opening double doors on either side so you can easily drive in and drive out without worrying about maneuvering into place or getting jammed between two other containers. With all these benefits, it’s easy to see why Western Container Sales offers only high-quality ISO containers for sale at competitive prices. If you need a new ISO shipping container for sale, contact us today!

ISO Containers Shipping Schedule

Western Container Sales is committed to providing you with affordable, quality shipping containers at affordable prices. We ensure that we provide you with friendly and efficient service whether it be during normal business hours or outside of those hours.

Here are some times when you can reach us: Monday-Friday 6:00am – 10:00pm, Saturday 8:00am – 5:00pm Sunday 12:00pm – 5:00pm PST (excluding public holidays)​ *Noon to 6pm Pacific Standard Time (PST) / 3pm to 9 pm Eastern Standard Time (EST).​ Western Container Sales is available 24/7 through live chat on our website! Western Container Sales has offices in Los Angeles, CA and San Diego, CA. Our office hours are Monday-Friday 7:30am – 4:30pm PST (excluding public holidays). ​

Noon to 4pm Pacific Standard Time (PST) / 5pm to 11 pm Eastern Standard Time (EST). ​Western Container Sales also has a dedicated customer support team available 24/7 through live chat on our website!

Western container sales. Naturally, the 40-foot shipping container is twice the size of the standard 20ft container, and it’s the mammoth of the container fleet.

We’ll take a glance at the dimensions:

05 metres long
35 metres wide
36 metres high
66 cubic metres of internal space
A lot of the time a 20 foot shipping container will be more than enough for your needs, but if you have a lot of stuff to store or move, then a forty footer might be what you’ll need, as it’ll be cheaper to transport one 40ft container rather than shipping two 20ft containers.

To keep the overall weight down, quite often these mammoth containers are used to transport lightweight items that take up a lot of room. Some examples might be:

Bulky furniture items
Reams of cardboard
Plastic bottles
And more…
This is not always the case, but it’s a common option for items that weigh less but still consume quite a bit of space.

If you’re moving house and you’re living in a fully furnished 5 bedroom home, then chances are all your furniture and possessions won’t fit inside a standard 20ft container. The forty footer is perfect for these big removal jobs.

When packing a 40 foot container, you’ll really want to think about it in detail beforehand and plan ahead. This is particularly important if you’re filling it full of furniture and household items but may need to access something in the container before it gets shipped.

Imagine completely filling a 40 foot container, only to discover there’s something inside that you need and you stashed it all the way down the far end. You would then have to unload the entire container to get to it. Not fun. Western container sales.

Organisation is extremely important when packing any container, but even more so when loading up the giant of the container fleet.

What else can you fit inside a 40ft container? Well, for starters, you could double the stats that were mentioned for the 20ft container. Let’s see what else:

Large machinery, such as a front end loader or excavator (possibly some disassembly required first)
Between 2 and 4 cars (depending on their size)
20 standard-sized pallets

Let’s take the scenario of using a shipping container to move house. If you have some furniture items that are extra tall, just a little too high for the standard 20 or 40-foot shipping containers, then you’ll want to go for a high cube container.

The high cube shipping container has roughly one extra foot of headroom to accommodate taller items. Alternatively, you might almost be able to squeeze all your furniture and possessions into a standard 20ft container, but not quite. If you go for the high cube, that may just give you the extra room you need, rather than having to upgrade to the massive 40 footer or hire more than one shipping container.


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