Refrigerated Container 40 Feet High Cube

Refrigerated container, also known as reefer containers, is equipped with a system that helps to maintain an internal temperature of between -25 ºC and + 25 ºC (depends on shipping company).

This is a temperature regulated shipping container that always has a carefully controlled low temperature. It is most commonly used to transport fresh and frozen foods such as fish, meat, fruits, and other perishable items. It is also regularly used to transport medicines and pharmaceutical products. Each item has a different temperature requirement and it needs to be maintained to protect its freshness. The refrigerated container can be sectioned to cool and freeze at the same time. It is powered by a generator that provides electricity. When they’re on the road being transported by trucks, the containers are powered by fuel.


Container Size
ISO Container Type Group 40RH (40 Feet High Cube Refrigerated Container)
External Dimension
Length 40’0’’ (12.19 m)
Width 8’0’’ (2.44 m)
Height 9’6’’ (2.90 m)
Internal Dimension
Length 38’0’’ (11.58 m)
Width 7’6’’ (2.29 m)
Height 8’5’’ (2.57 m)
Door Dimension
Length 38’0’’ (11.58 m)
Width 7’6’’ (2.29 m)
Height 8’5’’ (2.57 m)
Max Gross Weight 34,000 kg (74,960 lbs.)
Tare Weight 4,760 kg (10,500 lbs.)
Max Payload 29,240 kg (64,460 lbs.)
Capacity 67.3 m3 (2,376.68 ft3)
Internal Cubic Capacity
* The specific dimensions and capacities of refrigerated containers may vary depending on the container manufacturer, the age of the container and the container owner. The specifications listed below are representative of the majority of containers available.
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