It is important for you to read the shipping container transport guide before we organise your container transport. Port Shipping Containers have certain access requirements for your container to be delivered successfully.
At Port Shipping Containers safety is a priority. For all parties involved, understanding the basic requirement to transporting shipping containers is a must. Below you will find a shipping container transport guide including methods and requirements needed to fulfill all criteria when transporting shipping containers successfully.
A solid ground condition is considered reasonable with the ground not being too sandy or of clay texture. Soft ground conditions will cause the delivery truck to get bogged and can potentially cause damage to your property.
No excessively overgrown trees or shrubs should be within the space that the truck will be present (the truck should not be expected to push branches and other shrubery out of the way) and the truck panels, paint, mirrors and aerials etc. should all be considered when organising the delivery space.
A minimum of 1 metre clearance from power-lines at all times, when driving or loading on/off. Brick paved or concreted driveways, kerbings or lawned areas, need to be realistic about marks / damage done whilst accessing, loading, unloading or egressing site.