Q: What are the dimensions of a 40 ft container?

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Millimeters is a measure of volume and feet is only one out of 3 dimensions you need to determine this. Basically, 1 ml = 1 cm3 which is centimeters cubed. Knowing 2.54 cm = 1 inch and 12 inches = 1 ft, you can easily convert all the values once you acquire the other 2 dimensions needed for the container. Ie. If 40 ft is the height, then you need the width and height still.

Impossible to answer ! You'd need to tell us all the dimensions and the thickness of the walls !

The dimensions are: length = 13 feet, width = 6 ft, height = 8 ft.

please provide internal dimension of 20 ft container.

husked coconut Numebers can put in to 20 feet container

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The container volume is missing.

56 CBM

That should be 48" x 40" and 75" tall. Yes it will fit in a standard container.

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