Q: How many feet can be loaded in 40 high cube container?

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My friend, you just said the height. :P You just said that it is a 40 feet high cube. Since a cube has equal lengths all over, the width would obviously be 40 feet as well.

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It depends how thick the pallets are.

If the container is 3ft x 3ft x 9ft, the answer is 81 cubic ft. There are approximately 607.5 gallons of water.

40 feet x 7 feet x 7 feet = 1960 cubic feet.

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My friend, you just said the height. :P You just said that it is a 40 feet high cube. Since a cube has equal lengths all over, the width would obviously be 40 feet as well.

l*w*h = 40*40*40 = ft^3

According to APL's website (APL is a container supplier) a 40' container holds:standard steel container: 67.7 m3.high cube steel container (1ft higher than standard 40 ft container): 76.4 m3.

HC container stands for High-cube container. It is a cargo container which is similar in structure to standard containers, but taller. In contrast to standard containers, which have a maximum height of 2591 mm (8'6"), high-cube containers are 2896 mm, or 9'6", tall. High-cube containers are for the most part 40' long (12024 mm) , but are sometimes made as 45' containers.

Most high cube containers are ultimately transported by road on a truck called a container chassis, which turns them into semi trailers. You can legally transport 40,000 pounds of freight in a container without needing a special overweight permit.

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A 40' RH container is a type of shipping container that is 40 feet long and has extra height compared to standard containers, typically 9'6" tall. The "RH" stands for "Refrigerated High Cube," indicating that this container is both refrigerated and has increased height for larger cargo capacity. It is commonly used for transporting temperature-sensitive goods or bulky items that require additional vertical space.

If it's a cube, then all the sides are equal. So 3X3X3 = 27 cubic feet in volume.

"Hc container" could refer to a "hard container" or a container designed to securely hold and protect its contents. It may also stand for "hydrocarbons container," referring to a container used for storing or transporting hydrocarbon-based materials. Additional context would be needed to provide a more precise definition.

54 - 56 cbm

It depends how thick the pallets are.

Volume of a cube (or cuboid) is length x width x height. In the case of a cube, all three are the same: length = width = height. For a 4cm cube, length = width = height = 4cm, thus: volume = 4cm x 4cm x 4cm = 64cm3.