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"40*40*40 = 64000". This answer only applies if the asker is looking for the exact volume of a container that is actually 40 feet in height, length, and width.

If, in fact, you are searching for the volume of a 40 Foot High Cube Shipping Container as I was, the correct interior volume of this device is: 2,694 ft3 / 76.3 m3.

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depends how wide and high it is. Cubic footage is a measure of volume and you thus need all three dimensions

Roughly 40 x 8 x 8 = 2560 cu.ft.

(Some containers are 8ft 6inches high)

It depends on how tall the trailer is. Different trailers are different heights.

approximately 2400 cubic feet

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