Shipping Containers Miami | Florida
If you are a Miami-based business or individual, looking to rent or buy high-quality, steel shipping containers, Port Containers USA is the place to come. We deliver standard Conex boxes in a range of sizes plus specialized units for all your awkward loads or those that require an even temperature during storage or transit. We also distribute containers the length and breadth of the Sunshine State.
Shipping Containers Delivered Directly to Your Location
Our extensive network covers the whole of Miami, from the Upper East Side, down to Coconut Grove and out west to Alameda. Our shipping containers make safe and secure storage spaces for boats, jet-skis and scuba gear, plus all the other precious equipment used by Florida’s many watersports businesses.
Port Containers’ insulated and refrigerated shipping containers are also ideal for storing and transporting all the citrus fruits, watermelons, sugar cane and other crops that the Sunshine State is famous for. Not to mention the millions of dollars’ worth of fresh seafood that is landed in Miami every year.
Mainstay of US Exporters
All this wonderful produce isn’t only enjoyed by locals but finds its way across America and the rest of the world, often travelling in Port Containers USA’s rugged shipping containers. All our boxes are built from corrosion-resistant Corten steel. They are watertight and designed to be intermodal, meaning they can be easily transferred between different modes of transport without unloading.
Specialized Containers for Different Loads
If you need to ship perishable or oversized loads, you will need to opt for one of our specialist boxes. The range comes in a choice of sizes up to 48-feet and in several designs, including high cube containers, flat rack, side-opening, refrigerated (reefer) and open top.
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