According to the different needs of customers, we can provide a variety of special transport cases.
1. Open top special container
This is a kind of container with no top or open top. When loading and unloading goods, it is necessary to use a crane to load or unload heavy goods from the top. This kind of container is suitable for loading ultra-high goods such as glass plate, steel products, plywood, mechanical equipment, etc., heavy goods that can be fixed by the side wall, and goods that are difficult to be loaded and unloaded from the box door and must be loaded and unloaded from the top of the box.
2. Frame type special container
This is a kind of container that can be unloaded without the top and wall of the container and the end wall of the container. Only the bottom and the four corner pillars are left to bear the cargo. This kind of container is mainly used for bulky, overweight, light foam goods, heavy machinery, steel, steel pipes, bare loading equipment, etc. which are not suitable for loading in general cargo containers or open top containers. It will produce concentrated load of heavy goods, oversized goods, goods that are not afraid of wind and rain attack, goods that need to be loaded from the top or side of the box, and goods that need to be fixed in the box.
3. Special bulk containers
This is a container for loading soybeans, rice, malt, flour, feed, cement, resin, borax, chemical raw materials and other bulk powder and granular goods. For some goods requiring plant quarantine, such as imported grain, some need to be fumigated and disinfected at the anchorage outside the port. An opening for putting fumigants and a vent for fumigating gas can be arranged on the bulk container, and the container can be required to be completely airtight during fumigation.
4. Tank type special container
This is a kind of container suitable for loading liquid goods such as alcohol, oil, chemicals and dangerous goods. Such containers have special structures and equipment suitable for loading such goods. During loading, the cargo enters through the loading hole at the top of the tank; during unloading, the cargo flows out by gravity from the bottom discharge hole or is sucked out by the top loading port.