A 48 foot trailer can hold about 24 standard pallets. Each pallet is 4 feet by 4 feet, and the trailer is about 8 feet wide.
48 feet/4 feet =12 x 2 sides of the trailer =24 pallets.
Depends on how you load them. If you load them 48 long it is 24 pallets. If you load them 40 long then it is 26-28 pallets. With more than 24 you have specific loading requirements you must adhere to.
Assuming you mean a 48 ft. trailer with at least 96 inches of deck width, and you're using standard 40"x48" pallets, you could fit two across and 14 long for a total of 28 single stacked pallets.
Standard pallets are 4 feet so single file would be 12. If you put them side by side which is common 24.
You can fit 24 pallets straight in or 26 sideways. You might only be able to get 22 if your pallets are not standard size or the equipment is some what outdated. -ELChatter
If they are 4' x 4' then you can fit 2 rows of 12, or 24 pallets. If you can stack the freight 2 high, you can get 48 pallets in there.
Using typical 4'x4' pallets, you can fit two rows of 13 pallets in a 53' box van, and can stack them however high your payload permits you to within 110 inches (the typical inside height of such a trailer). Typical retail trade distribution and logistics is supported by the use of 40" x 48" pallets. A typical 53 foot trailer will fit two rows of 15 pallets if the pallets are turned. It makes it more difficult to load and unload in that typical 40" x 48" pallets are designed to be lifted from the smaller of the two widths - 40" side. The pallets can not be lifted from the 48" side using common pallet jack lift equipment - pump jacks and/or battery operated jacks. Ease of loading and unloading can be best supported by the use of counter-balance or sit-down fork trucks granted that the height of the mask permits entry into the trailer.
30 (two rows of 15 if the fork entry is on the 48 inch side and two 48 inch pallets can fit next to each other in the trailer).or26 (two rows of 13 if the fork entry is on the 40 inch side).The above assumes one layer of pallets (no stacking).
How many cubes fit will depend on the size of each cube.
if the pallets are 40" by 48" than 16 will fit
48 foot trailer: 3000 cu. ft. or 30,000 lbs 53 foot trailer: 3400 cu. ft. or 34,000 lbs.
46-48 depending on the trimuck n trailer..wabash is 1.5k lighter. Dan great dane
How much space on a 40ft container would 9. 48 x 48 x 48 pallets take up ?? Thanks
That's how long the trailer is. The Surface Transportation Assistance Act, which brought the 53-foot trailer into being, required that "53" be put on a 53-foot trailer so people would know it was longer than the then-standard 48-foot trailer, and it would need to swing wider in turns.
Over the drive wheels
Yes you can. You can pull doubles and triples. You can pull two 48 trailers and two 53 foot trailers. You can pull three 48s, but you cannot pull three 53 foot trailers.