New Shipping Containers +Used Shipping Containers +Hires & Removals +Container Types +Locations +Offices

Navigation


Dropdowns





20ft New Double Door High Cube Shipping Containers Rockhampton





Rockhampton Shipping Container Prices
ContainerNewUsedHire
20' Standard Height Shipping Container$5,582.50 to $5,857.50 $3,520 to $4,455 $27 p/w
40' High Cube Shipping Container$9,790 to $10,120 $5,060 to $7,040 $45 p/w
* All prices include GST and are subject to change without notice

20ft high cube


Quick Quote


Quick Quote

Your Details:

 

Container Details:

 
Delivery Suburb


100+ 5 Star Reviews On Google Across Our Brands
Google Logo

New 20ft High Cube with Double Doors in Rockhampton


Home > 20ft > New > Double Door High Cube > Rockhampton

At ABC Container Hire and Sales, we understand that every customer has different needs when it comes to shipping containers. That's why we are excited to introduce our new 20ft Double Door High Cube containers, perfect for customers in Rockhampton and beyond.

These containers are ideal for those who require a larger space than a standard 20ft container, as the extra height allows for more storage capacity. The double doors on both ends also make loading and unloading much easier and more efficient. You won't have to worry about rearranging your items just to access a specific area of the container.

Another advantage of our 20ft Double Door High Cube containers is that they are made from high-quality steel and are built to withstand harsh weather conditions. This means that your items will be protected from the elements and will arrive at their destination in the same condition they were packed in.

One thing to keep in mind is that 10ft containers aren't necessarily cheaper than 20ft ones. In fact, the cost difference between the two sizes is often negligible. So, it's always worth considering the larger option, especially if you are looking for more storage space.

At ABC Container Hire and Sales, we take pride in providing our customers with the best possible service and products. Our new 20ft Double Door High Cube containers are just one example of how we are constantly expanding our inventory to meet the needs of our customers. Contact us today to discuss your shipping container needs and we'll help you find the perfect solution.




New 20ft High Cube with Double Doors in Rockhampton

At ABC Container Hire and Sales, we understand that every customer has different needs when it comes to shipping containers. That's why we are excited to introduce our new 20ft Double Door High Cube containers, perfect for customers in Rockhampton and beyond.

These containers are ideal for those who require a larger space than a standard 20ft container, as the extra height allows for more storage capacity. The double doors on both ends also make loading and unloading much easier and more efficient. You won't have to worry about rearranging your items just to access a specific area of the container.

Another advantage of our 20ft Double Door High Cube containers is that they are made from high-quality steel and are built to withstand harsh weather conditions. This means that your items will be protected from the elements and will arrive at their destination in the same condition they were packed in.

One thing to keep in mind is that 10ft containers aren't necessarily cheaper than 20ft ones. In fact, the cost difference between the two sizes is often negligible. So, it's always worth considering the larger option, especially if you are looking for more storage space.

At ABC Container Hire and Sales, we take pride in providing our customers with the best possible service and products. Our new 20ft Double Door High Cube containers are just one example of how we are constantly expanding our inventory to meet the needs of our customers. Contact us today to discuss your shipping container needs and we'll help you find the perfect solution.




20ft Shipping Container Dimensions



20ft shipping container dimensions - mobile




20ft shipping container dimensions





Frequently asked questions






Frequently asked questions