Designed to transport liquids in bulk, their cylindrical shape and stainless steel tank barrel make Tank Containers suitable for storing and transporting hazardous and non-hazardous bulk liquids such as alcohol, cooking oils, diesel, petrol, and chemicals.
ISO Tank Containers are reusable and can be moved by container ships, rail lines, and trucks. Consequently, when used for intermodal transport, they use less fuel than other modes. As a result, they can significantly reduce carbon dioxide emissions, particularly over long-haul routes, providing lower transport costs than traditional road tankers and larger capacities than Standard 20ft Dry Containers with drums.
Stringent quality control ensures our units can withstand the most extreme weather conditions. Our Tank Containers are built to reduce the risk of product leakage and can safely carry heavy cargo. They are available globally with four different capacities, including 21000 liters, 25,000 liters, 26,000 liters, and 35000 liters.
Leasing Tank Containers from Triton allows companies to free up capital and potentially hire additional containers on a short-term basis to accommodate seasonal peaks.
NOTE: The dimensions and door openings of all containers correspond to ISO standards. However, due to production tolerances, a difference in measurement is possible.
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