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Dry Containers 
What are Dry Containers Used for? 
Dry containers are ideal for transporting non-perishable materials and manufactured goods in bulk. They’re generally considered the ‘standard’ container type and aid in transporting up to 90% of goods annually worldwide. 
What are Dry Containers Made of? 
Dry containers are made of aluminium or steel. Aluminium containers often support larger capacities of goods, whereas steel alternatives tend to have a slightly larger internal cube. 
What is the Capacity and Size of Dry Containers? 
The capacity and size of your dry container will depend on your requirements. At Boast International, we can organise transportation in various-sized containers to ensure the most efficient shipping of your products. 
How Much Do Dry Containers Cost? 
Dry containers are an economical, unspecialised container option. They demand lower operating costs due to their standardisation compared to specialised alternatives and compatibility with most handling equipment. 
What are the Limitations of Dry Containers? 
Dry containers aren’t suitable for transporting temperature-controlled or hazardous goods, as they’re designed for non-sensitive products only. 
Flat-Rack Containers 
What are Flat Rack Containers Used for? 
Flat rack containers transport especially large or heavy machinery, vehicles and construction materials that don't fit in or adhere to the size restrictions of standard shipping containers. 
What are Flat Rack Containers Made of? 
Flat rack containers are made of aluminium or steel. These materials provide superior strength and weight-bearing properties ideal for transporting heavy products. 
What is the Capacity and Size of Flat Rack Containers? 
At Boast International, we can arrange transportation in flat rack containers of all sizes, as your needs will vastly influence the capacity and size of the container you need. 
How Much Do Flat Rack Shipping Containers Cost? 
The cost of flat rack containers depends entirely on the size of the container you need, the distance your container is travelling, its condition, and its brand. At Boast International, we strive to provide freight forwarding services at competitive rates, so get in touch if you’d like to learn more. 
What are the Limitations of Flat Rack Containers? 
Flat rack containers don’t have sidewalls or a roof, rendering them unsuitable for transporting many types of cargo, and the handling requirements are more complex than other containers. 
High Cube Containers 
What are High Cube Containers Used for? 
High cube containers are ideal for transporting tall, vertical pieces of furniture, pallets, and clothing that you may struggle to fit in standardised containers. 
What are High Cube Containers Made of? 
High cube containers are made from aluminium or steel. This is because these materials are strong, durable and offer superior weight-bearing properties compared to other types of materials. 
What is the Capacity and Size of High Cube Containers? 
High cube containers are built to suit various needs. So, we can organise to transport your goods in a container that suits your size and capacity requirements. 
How Much Do High Cube Shipping Containers Cost? 
By completing our contact form, you can get in touch with a member of our team to receive a personalised quotation for your high cube shipping containers. We offer our services at competitive prices and work one-on-one with you to ensure all your needs are met. 
What are the Limitations of High Cube Containers? 
Although they’re taller, their maximum capacity is similar to standardised containers, so they may reach their limit before being fully loaded. 
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