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What are the characteristics of a wind & watertight shipping container?

What can you expect from a wind & watertight container?

What does it mean to have a "Wind & Watertight Shipping Container"?

You can expect visible dents and rust but what is most important is that the shipping container is wind and watertight and in good condition. This means it to have no cracks or holes, the floor is in good condition and that the door seals are tight enough to keep out any wind or water. If you were to stand inside the container with the doors closed, you should not see any light. It is important to get a WWT container to keep the goods you plan to store inside secure from weather elements.

What Is A WWT Shipping Container?

A wind and watertight shipping containers is a used shipping container that is between 10 – 15 years old and retired from the container shipping lines. Shipping containers are built to withstand the harsh life at sea carrying all different kinds of cargo and made of corten steel.