## What is the cubic capacity of a 20ft container?

Container Type | Internal Dimensions (L x W x H) | Cubic Capacity |
---|---|---|

20FT General | 5.89 x 2.35 x 2.36m | 33m³ |

20FT High Cube | 5.89 x 2.35 x 2.69m | 37m³ |

40FT General | 12.05 x 2.35 x 2.36m | 66m³ |

40FT High Cube | 12.05 x 2.35 x 2.69m | 76m³ |

**How much can you load in a 20 foot container?**

For highway transport in the US, the maximum cargo weight that can be safely and legally loaded, when a triaxle chassis is used, is: In a 20” container – 44,000 lbs (19,958kg) In a 40” container – 44,500 lbs (20,185kg)

**How many cartons are in a 20 foot container?**

Approximately 1200-1400 handable cartons (boxes). How many pallets fit into a 20′ or 40′ container? A 20’ft container can hold eleven “Europallets” in one tier or nine to ten standard pallets in one tier while a 40′ container can hold 23-24 “Europallets” in one tier or 20-21 standard pallets in one tier.

### How much weight can you put in a 20 container?

Here’s the answer: max gross weight of 20′ container is 24 tons including weight of container itself and cargo loaded inside. That limitation is stipulated in ISO 668:1995.

**How much CBM in 20 ft container?**

Let’s start with its basic dimensions. As you can see, a 20ft container has a total capacity of 33 cubic metres (cbm), however in reality there is usually only around 25-28 cbm of usable space. The contents of a three-bedroom house (furniture, televisions, beds, boxes etc.) will normally fit inside a 20ft container, unless you’re a hoarder.

**How many cubic meter in 20 feet container?**

The capacity of a 20 foot shipping container is around 37 cubic meters (cbm). That volume is an approximate rather than an exact figure. That’s because the capacity depends on actual inside dimensions, which are slightly vary as I mentioned above.