SHIPPING CONTAINERS FOR SALE Charleston, South Carolina
The Port of Charleston is located on the US East Coast, and it is a medium-sized port that is being owned and operated by the South Carolina Ports. The Port of Georgetown, Inland Port Greer, and Inland Port Dillon are also managed by them. These ports aim to develop and facilitate waterborne commerce to help the current and future needs of its stakeholders, customers, and most of all, for the economic benefit of the citizens and businesses of South Carolina. In fact, its total economic impact on the state including the small activities done in the port is estimated to be approximately around $63.4 billion also yields a statewide employment multiplier of 2.4. Almost all of the export and import activity across these ports derived from a manufacturing industry that generates high-wage jobs in South Carolina. Employees in these ports are active and always available in the communities within the state for they tend to support trade-related organizations, provide volunteers and resources for local service projects, and foster school and community partnerships. For its facilities, they make it a point to be open for innovations such as the Charleston Harbor Deepening Project that is set to achieve a 52-foot depth this 2022. This project will make the Port of Charleston the deepest harbor on the East Coast, before this innovation the port had only a 45-foot depth. The project also includes the entrance channel to be deepened from 54 feet, up from 47 feet. The port believes that this infrastructure will make Charleston Harbor’s capability to be more globally competitive in the fields of record cargo volumes and bigger ships so that they may continue to flow through the Port of Charleston. Since the South Carolina Ports have a lot to manage, still they are easy to connect with for they are dedicated to the success of their customers and they do understand the need to provide immediate responses and logistics solutions to keep cargoes moving. Their solutions center tends to give access to a single point of contact to ocean and motor carriers as well as with the cargo owners.
You can also build your own single-family shipping container home in Phoenix Arizona
Shipping container homes are allowed in Phoenix Arizona. Before starting off your project, be sure to contact the City of Phoenix to find out their specific requirements so that you can avoid any obstacles or issues with the law.
Onsite Storage Solutions has been in the industry for over 18 years and can help you with all your container modifications. We have containers of all sizes available in Phoenix. Call us today for help.
The Containers on Grand Apartments is currently rented at market prices ($ 1,000 per month for a 740-square-foot one-bedroom, typical price for an up-and-coming art district). Just outside downtown).
The containers are stacked like a ship and locked in a two-story building with a cam lock system (twist lock). The container doors are alternately opened and closed and welded together to serve as the main light source for sunlight. Only a few small windows are cut out on the sides of the container.
Shipping your container internationally?
You will need a cargo worthy container that has passed a survey inspection. Our network of IICL certified inspectors can provide an independent survey inspection that ensures that your “shipper owned container” is cargo-worthy/seaworthy.
They will provide a one-page inspection detailing any necessary repairs and will certify that your shipping container is structurally sound and good for international shipping.
They will apply a new CSC (Convention for Safe Containers) sticker showing that your container has passed. This sticker is good for 1 year.
If your container needs repair, the certificate will be applied once the necessary repairs are made.
For more information on shipping internationally, read our
Step-by-Step Guide to Shipping Internationally.
We can also help with custom modifications in Charleston, South Carolina. This includes roll-up doors, personnel doors, repainting, lockboxes, sliding doors, office mods, water purification, equipment rooms, and more. Please contact us to find out how we can help you.
Nothing, shipping containers have many names. Including: Storage Container, Dry Van (DV), General Purpose (GP), Conex, Connex, Cargo Container, ISO Container, C Can, Sea-Can, Ocean Container, Railroad Container, Steel Container and more.
A refurbished container will cost more than an inspected used container because of the man-hours and resources needed to repaint it. Here are some of the steps involved:
If you’d like to buy a refurbished container, please call us for more details.
Yes, we do. You can find the most common parts on our product page. Please call us if there is a specific part that you require.
Onsite Storage Solutions has over 18 years of experience in the industry and can help you with your project. Give us a call today!