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20FT REFRIGERATED CONTAINER – CARRIER

Reconditioned 20ft Refrigerated Reefer Container.

For Hire, Sale or Lease.

These 20ft Reefers are Professionally Cleaned inside and out, they have been P.T.I’ed

(which means MOT’d) serviced and painted and are ready to work and come with a warranty.

Can be set up for either chilled or frozen.

Temperature range +25°C degrees down to -25°C.

Full UK coverage.

We Can Supply a Full Range of Accessories.

This price does not include delivery.

The price it plus VAT and a VAT invoice will be provided.

For questions of a technical nature, contact Iain in the Business Seller Information below.

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Second Hand Carrier 20ft Used Reefer Container for Sale

CHEAP 20FT REFRIGERATED CONTAINER

 

20ft Reefer container

The 20ft Reefer container is a special refrigerated container. The Reefer container can be used for cooling and freezing. Our Reefer shipping containers have their own cooling system and get the necessary electricity from the vessel. The 20-foot Reefer container is very suitable for transporting vegetables, fish and meat over long distances and or warm regions.

New and used containers

Trident Container B.V. leases and has 20-foot Reefer containers for sale. We can also rent reefer containers. Trident Container Leasing B.V. only purchases from carefully selected manufacturers that meet our stringent quality demands. Our containers, therefore, have the utmost quality. CHEAP 20FT REFRIGERATED CONTAINER

20ft Reefer container specifications

The 20-footReefer containers have these specifications:

Certification: ISO, CSC & Pre Trip Inspected

Sizes: Length x Width x Height in mm.

External: 6,058×2,438×2,591

Internal: 5,440×2,294×2,276

Capacity: CBM for the 20ft Reefer containers

Volume: 28 m3

Weight: 3,140 kg

Max payload: 27,000 kg

Max total weight: 23,860 kg

Floor type: T-bar floor

 

Modifications

The container is provided with an aluminum T-bar floor, stainless lining inside and container doors. The 20-footReefer containers have these specifications:

Lighting
Temperature alarm
Embedded Alarm
Cold curtain
Flat floor
Extra personnel door
Data logger
Ramp

 

Other Reefer container types

Besides to the 20-foot Reefer containers, we lease and sell the 40ft Reefer containers and the 45ft High Cube Pallet Wide Reefer containers. Please contact our sales team for the price of the 20ft Refrigerated containers.

 

Second Hand Carrier Freezer 20ft Reefer Container

We have large stock of used but seaworthy reefer contain. It could be used to load your goods in Europe, Asia. A test report will be offered before shipping. And we could supply container in main ports in China.

Manufacture Year: 2005-2015

Refrigerator Brand: Daikin / Thermo King / Carrier

Inside Temperature: -18 degree Celsius.

 

MORE THAN 3 DECADES OF INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

Guarantees we know and understand the business. No matter what your requirements, we’ll have just the right shipping container for you.

A SPECIALIST TEAM ON HAND TO PERFORM SHIPPING CONTAINER CONVERSIONS
If you have a specific purpose in mind for your container, we’ll transform your vision into a reality.

When the Ever Given megaship blocked traffic in the Suez Canal for almost a week in March, it triggered a new surge in container spot freight rates, which had finally started to settle from the all-time highs reached during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Shipping rates are a major component of trade costs, so the new hike poses an additional challenge to the world economy as it struggles to recover from the worst global crisis since the Great Depression.

“The Ever Given incident reminded the world just how much we rely on shipping,” said Jan Hoffmann, head of UNCTAD’s trade and logistics branch. “About 80% of the goods we consume are carried by ships, but we easily forget this.”

Container rates have a particular impact on global trade, since almost all manufactured goods – including clothes, medicines and processed food products – are shipped in containers.

“The ripples will hit most consumers,” Mr. Hoffmann said. “Many businesses won’t be able to bear the brunt of the higher rates and will pass them on to their customers.”

 

TIGER CONTAINERS OFFER PREMIUM QUALITY PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

VERY COMPETITIVE PRICES

FAST AND EFFICIENT DELIVERY AUSTRALIA-WIDE

3 MONTH WARRANTY ON ALL SHIPPING CONTAINERS

DEPOTS ALL ACROSS AUSTRALIA

30+ YEARS INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

CONTAINER MODIFICATION SERVICE

COMPREHENSIVE RANGE OF NEW & USED SHIPPING CONTAINERS

BUY OR HIRE CONTAINERS

100% AUSTRALIAN OWNED AND OPERATED

 

Unprecedented shortage

Contrary to expectations, demand for container shipping has grown during the pandemic, bouncing back quickly from an initial slowdown.

“Changes in consumption and shopping patterns triggered by the pandemic, including a surge in electronic commerce, as well as lockdown measures, have in fact led to increased import demand for manufactured consumer goods, a large part of which is moved in shipping containers,” the UNCTAD policy brief says.

Maritime trade flows further increased as some governments eased lockdowns and approved national stimulus packages, and businesses stocked up in anticipation of new waves of the pandemic.

 

Quotes

“The increase in demand was stronger than expected and not met with a sufficient supply of shipping capacity,” the UNCTAD policy brief says, adding that the subsequent shortage of empty containers “is unprecedented.”

“Carriers, ports and shippers were all taken by surprise,” it says. “Empty boxes were left in places where they were not needed, and repositioning had not been planned for.”

The underlying causes are complex and include changing trade patterns and imbalances, capacity management by carriers at the beginning of the crisis and ongoing COVID-19-related delays in transport connection points, such as ports.

 

Rates to developing regions skyrocket

The impact on freight rates has been greatest on trade routes to developing regions, where consumers and businesses can least afford it.

Currently, rates to South America and western Africa are higher than to any other major trade region. By early 2021, for example, freight rates from China to South America had jumped 443% compared with 63% on the route between Asia and North America’s eastern coast.

Part of the explanation lies in the fact that routes from China to countries in South America and Africa are often longer. More ships are required for weekly service on these routes, meaning many containers are also “stuck” on these routes.

 

Words

“When empty containers are scarce, an importer in Brazil or Nigeria must pay not only for the transport of the full import container but also for the inventory holding cost of the empty container,” the policy brief says.

Another factor is the lack of return cargo. South American and western African nations import more manufactured goods than they export, and it’s costly for carriers to return empty boxes to China on long routes.

 

How to avoid future shortages

To help reduce the likelihood of a similar situation in the future, the UNCTAD policy brief highlights three issues that need attention: advancing trade facilitation reforms, improving maritime trade tracking and forecasting, and strengthening national competition authorities.

First, policymakers need to implement reforms to make trade easier and less costly, many of which are enshrined in the World Trade Organization’s Trade Facilitation Agreement.

By reducing physical contact between workers in the shipping industry, such reforms, which rely on modernizing trade procedures, would also make supply chains more resilient and protect employees better.

 

More from the United Nations Conference

Shortly after COVID-19 struck, UNCTAD provided A 10-point action plan to keep ships moving, ports open and trade flowing during the pandemic.

The organization has also joined forces with the UN’s regional commissions to help developing countries fast-track such reforms and tackle trade and transport challenges made evident by the pandemic.

 

 

Details

And governments must ensure competition authorities have the resources and expertise needed to investigate potentially abusive practices in the shipping industry.

Although the pandemic’s disruptive nature is at the core of the container shortage, certain strategies by carriers may have delayed the repositioning of containers at the beginning of the crisis.

 

2021 freight predictions — Freightonomics

2020 was a turbulent but profitable year for freight markets, with the COVID-19 pandemic causing surging demand for goods as well as high rates across the trucking industry.

2021 brings a new year, new vaccines and a new president into the mix, all of which could impact the market in big ways.

The American holiday season is over but Asia’s Lunar New Year.

Is around the corner and traditionally marks a shutdown period for Chinese factories and shipping.

However, as FreightWaves Senior Editor Greg Miller reports, only 2% of ocean carriers have canceled sailings for this year compared to a normal 20%.

 

More on frieght

 

Zach Strickland says that the post-holiday season is typically a slow period.

However, as FreightWaves Senior Editor Greg Miller reports, only 2% of ocean carriers have canceled sailings for this year compared to a normal 20%.

For freight and that just because your freight has made it into the country “doesn’t mean it will make it on the truck.”

Anthony Smith agrees with Strickland that the Lunar New Year.

 

 

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