Miami Container FAQs
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How do I buy a container in Miami?
Simple, give us a call 407-752-2258 tell us what size container you would like and we will discuss price and delivery date.
Can I choose the container color in Miami?
Generally no, you cannot select a specific container if you are buying a used container. We can point you in the right direction if you want to paint the container.
Do you offer container volume discounts to resellers in Miami?
Yes we do. Give us a call at 407-752-2258 or email us CFLcontainers@gmail.com for pricing.
Do Miami shipping containers have titles?
No, containers do not have titles. Your invoice and receipt from us is all you need to prove ownership.
How soon can my container be delivered in Miami?
Delivery dates always depend on a few factors, such as your location, when we receive your payment, weather conditions and more. Our Delivery/Dispatch department will contact you to schedule a date and time for delivery. Please ensure that both your phone number and email address are provided when ordering.
Can I come look at the container in Miami before I buy It?
No, unfortunately you cannot. Container depots are busy commercial operations and their insurance company will not allow the general public to visit their yard for safety purposes.
What does container cargo worthy mean?
Cargo Worthy (CW) container is guaranteed to pass a Marine Survey to be re-certified to be loaded back on a ship or train. All of our containers are Cargo Worthy.
What does new or 1 trip mean?
New/1 Trip containers are new containers that have only been loaded one time from the manufacturer.
How should I prepare for a container Delivery?
40ft containers take up a serious amount of space. You need to ensure that you are placing the container on flat and level ground. You can make a gravel or concrete foundation or even just put it in your yard when it arrives without preparation. You will need 120′ of space in a straight line for a container to be delivered via a roll-off bed.
Can you move existing Miami containers?
For liability concerns, we do not move containers, but we can find trucking companies that will assist you with moving containers.