Sea Container Specifications

45′ HiCube
Exterior Interior Door Opening Capacity
Length Width Height Length Width Height Width Height  
45’0″
13.71m
8’0″
2.43m
9’6″
2.89m
44’6.25″
13.58m
7’8.25″
2.34m
8’9.75″
2.68m
7’8.25″
2.34m
8’5.75″
2.58m
3023
cu ft
85.6 cu m
40′ HiCube
Exterior Interior Door Opening Capacity
Length Width Height Length Width Height Width Height  
40’0″
12.19m
8’0″
2.43m
9’6.5″
2.89m
39’7″
12.06m
7’8.5″
2.34m
8’10.5″
2.69m
7’6″
2.27m
8’6.5″
2.59m
2705 cu ft
76.5 cu m
40′ Standard
Exterior Interior Door Opening Capacity
Length Width Height Length Width Height Width Height
40’0″
12.19m
8’0″
2.43m
8’6.5″
2.59m
39’7″
12.06m
7’8.5″
2.34m
7’10.5″
2.39m
7’6″
2.27m
7’6.5″
2.31m
2401
cu ft
68.0 cu m
20′ Container
Exterior Interior Door Opening Capacity
Length Width Height Length Width Height Width Height
20’0″

6.10m

8’0″
2.43m
8’6″
2.57m
19’5.5″
5.94m
7’9.25″
2.37m
7’9″
2.36m
7’8″
2.32m
7’6.25″
2.29m
1183
cu ft
33.5 cu m
A Note on Container Dimensions:
The below figures were calculated by using the 85% rule, which is standard industry practice. By using the actual figures listed above for example, a 20′ shows a total capacity of 33.1 cbm. In order to fit 33.1 cbm in a 20′, you need to be shipping water to be able to get this capacity. Thus, the below figures represent the best known industry average and are a good indication. There may be a deviation of 1-2 cbm up/down from the average listed.
Container Size Max Volume Cu/Ft Max Volume CBM
45′ 2595 72
40′ H 2305 63
40′ GP 2040 56
20′ GP 995 28