All types of new and used iso shipping containers
- 8/10/20/40/45ft dry vans
20/40ft open tops and flat racks
20/40ft side open containers
20/40ft double end door containers
20/40ft steel floor containers
10/20/40ft refrigerated containers with carrier and thermo king machinery
20ft new iso tank containers
Container hub own 1000 plus fleet of containers available for domestic short and long term leasing. The fleet consists for both dry and refrigerated containers. We lease containers for various events and for storage purposes. 80% of our container leasing fleet is younger than 5 years ensuring availability of good quality containers for customers. The containers are inspected after every lease and maintained in excellent condition at all times. We have certified dry and reefer repair technicians to carry out inspection and repairs of our lease fleet. We can offer container rentals, handling and trucking as a package anywhere in UAE. Container can be leased for a minimum period of 30days.
We own a fleet of 10 trucks and 20 trailers for trucking of empty containers & general cargo within the region. We extend this service at very competitive rates to our customers as a value added service.
We have a large facility for storage, repair and handling of third party owned containers. This service is particularly advantageous for multinational leasing and shipping companies.
We have a team of IICL certified container inspectors to meet all your container service needs including inspection, estimation, reporting and repairs. State of the art handling equipment is available to handle the containers with utmost care.
Container hub provides a full spectrum inspection and survey service for shipping and cargo containers. Inspection shall be conducted by our licensed inspectors who are certified by the Institute of International Container Leasers (IICL).
An inspection/survey should be performed in accordance to procedures and most importantly, inspectors should check for damage, wear and non-conforming repairs. Most importantly, inspectors are to look out for the cleanliness of containers to ensure there is no contamination, residue, debris or infestation that can be harmful to human health or future cargos. Inspectors must also visually inspect the top, bottom and sides of the container. Container must not have exterior dents, bulges, holes, missing bungs or caps, rust or other signs that might indicate leakage or potential leakage of contents. Container expiration/replacement date must be present on the container.