In offshore projects, product transportation challenges often arise. iSeekplant provides hire options for cargo transportation and storage on the water, with a range of sea container suppliers available across Australia. For smaller cargo loads, our 10 feet sea containers for hire are commonly used, and iSeekplant also has containers available in 20 feet and 40 feet, depending on your project requirements. For areas with challenges to access or with height restrictions, half height sea containers are often a good choice, available in a range of sizes.
If you need to transport dangerous goods, iSeekplant also has rental options to suit — specialised dangerous goods containers are available to hire at the touch of a button, wherever you need them in Australia. Transport your dangerous goods, safe in the knowledge that everyone in your supply chain can feel secure in their workplace.
Containers are a safe and secure way of storing and transporting important goods as they are robust, weather-proof and safe from vermin. Refrigerated containers are also available through our rental listings, in a range of convenient sizes. Whatever your transport & storage requirements, iSeekplant can find great value options to suit your needs.
We construct each container to suit stringent industry and government requirements, so you can find the one that meets your needs. Safe in every way, they ascribe to local and national laws so your workers are kept in the best hands.
Just tell us your specifications on 1300 691 912 or email Projects Team and we can find sea container hire options in your area, or you can search yourself in the rental database search below. If you can’t find the one you need, we’re here to help.
Operating in Melbourne and Australia-wide, we can deliver our machinery to your worksite. Just ask us how.
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our friendly team. We’re more than happy to help you match your machinery to your project requirements, to help you get on track with meeting your project aims.
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