20ft storage container with cargo doors on both ends for rent

Rent 20ft Storage Container with Doors on Both Ends 

California, Nevada, Texas, Georgia and Utah.

20ft Storage Container with Doors on Both Ends Rental
SKU
R20STDD
20ft Storage Container with Doors on Both Ends Rental
SKU
R20STDD

$129/month
External Dimensions
Length: 20ft (6.58m)
Width: 8ft (2.44m)
Height: 8ft 6in (2.62m)

Same dimensions as the standard 20ft container, but equipped with doors on both ends. Multiple access points to the container gives you the advantage of loading and unloading cargo from both sides - saving you time, and helping you organize better. Both doors can be left open for a quick walkway.

20ft containers work well for packing and loading equipment, food storage, long distance moving, or as a general storage facility. Whether you need a short term or a long term storage solution, Conexwest has you covered.

  • ISO
  • Safe and secure
  • Weather resistant
  • Portable storage
  • Fits in a standard parking space
  • Ground level entry
  • Available accessories

 

lock box

High Security Lockbox

The last thing you want to worry about is an intruder breaking into your container when you’re away. Padlocks are a great primary deterrent, but by themselves can be vulnerable to bolt cutters or other tools. The high security lockbox provides a secondary level of secure storage.

  • Completely covers the padlock shackle
  • Made from heavy duty corrugated steel
  • Welded directly onto the container door

 
corten steel walls

Corten Steel Construction

The 20ft double door storage container is made from high quality corten steel. Weather resistant and highly durable, it’s the optimal material for the safe-storage of goods. 

  • Weldable and rust resistant
  • 14 gauge corrugated sheet walls
  • 7 gauge tubular steel frame
  • ISO
cargo doors w/ lock rods

Secure Closing Cargo Doors with Locking Rods

The secure closing cargo doors provide a tight and protective seal. Fit with locking rods that engage at multiple points of contact along the top and bottom of the container.

  • Doors on both ends
  • Easy access
  • Weather resistant
  • Compatible with a cargo door lock
corner castings

Corner Castings

All storage container rentals come standard with corner castings. They allow for stacking; lifting with a crane; and absorb the weight of the container.

  • ISO
  • Corten Steel
bamboo or plywood flooring

Bamboo or Original Plywood Flooring

All portable storage units come with either original plywood, or environmentally friendly bamboo flooring. Both materials are incredibly durable and withstand abrasion from foot traffic, furniture or falling objects. 


 
Two-way forklift pockets

Two-way Forklift Pockets

Conveniently placed for mobility around the job site. Can be moved with a 10,000lbs forklift.


 

 

External

Length: 20ft (6.58m)
Width: 8ft (2.44m)
Height: 8ft 6in (2.62m)

Internal

Length: 19ft (5.8m)
Width: 7ft 8in (2.34m)
Height: 7ft 10in (2.38m)

 

Tare Weight 5,020lbs (2,277 kgs)
Payload 62,180lbs (28,203 kgs)
Gross Weight 67,200lbs (30,480 kgs)

Delivery of 20ft storage container with doors on both ends

Containers for rent delivered directly to you!

Requirements
Horizontal Clearance = 50ft
Height Clearance = 16ft
Width Clearance = 10ft

The Truck
The 20ft storage container is delivered using a 30ft tilt bed truck. This delivery method requires 30ft plus the length of the container, so 50ft in total. 

Prepare the ground
Tilt bed trucks and trailers are heavy! In order for them not to get stuck, the ground needs to be compact and dry leading up to the drop location. Muddy roads are not suitable for a tilt bed truck, or pickup truck with tilt bed trailer to drive on. The driver will also need 30ft of width for any turns they may need to make. If your location is already dry, compact, and level then you’re ready to go. If not, a common solution is laying down gravel, cement or pavement. To ensure the container is level, support all four corners with wood blocks. 

Remove any obstructions
In addition to the container drop location, make sure to prepare the entire delivery site for the driver. Remove any obstacles in the way that would prevent the truck from reaching the delivery location. This includes low hanging tree branches, low power lines, overhangs etc. If there are any obstacles or issues you would like to bring to our attention please don’t hesitate to reach out to the Conexwest dispatch team. 

How do I move the container? 

The 20ft container with doors on both ends is an excellent mobile storage unit. Here are two different ways to move it around your job site.

  1. 10,000lbs capacity forklift with a minimum of 6ft long forks. This is the best method for completely lifting the container in the air. The 10,000lbs load capacity will allow you to securely lift the container off the ground, and the 6ft long forks will provide the minimum length to secure the container without it tipping over. 
  2. A regular 5,000lbs warehouse forklift will manage to lift the container by one end and drag it. It is not the preferred method, but will work if necessary.

When does pick-up and return happen?

Time slots are coordinated with you in the first or second part of the day from 7am-6pm PST from Monday - Saturday. For more information please contact us at (855) 878-5233 x 6 or [email protected].

Will I be charged for damages that occur during the rental period?

You will not be charged for minor damages, such as scratches or dents, which can appear during loading/unloading or normal usage. However, in the case of misuse or incorrect transportation methods that cause holes, broken windows/doors, latches, overspray, floor damages or graffiti, a charge will be applied corresponding to the assessment of damages. For any other questions you would like answered check our [FAQ page]. Or reach out to a sales rep at (855) 878-5233. 

lock box

High Security Lockbox

The last thing you want to worry about is an intruder breaking into your container when you’re away. Padlocks are a great primary deterrent, but by themselves can be vulnerable to bolt cutters or other tools. The high security lockbox provides a secondary level of secure storage.

  • Completely covers the padlock shackle
  • Made from heavy duty corrugated steel
  • Welded directly onto the container door

 
corten steel walls

Corten Steel Construction

The 20ft double door storage container is made from high quality corten steel. Weather resistant and highly durable, it’s the optimal material for the safe-storage of goods. 

  • Weldable and rust resistant
  • 14 gauge corrugated sheet walls
  • 7 gauge tubular steel frame
  • ISO
cargo doors w/ lock rods

Secure Closing Cargo Doors with Locking Rods

The secure closing cargo doors provide a tight and protective seal. Fit with locking rods that engage at multiple points of contact along the top and bottom of the container.

  • Doors on both ends
  • Easy access
  • Weather resistant
  • Compatible with a cargo door lock
corner castings

Corner Castings

All storage container rentals come standard with corner castings. They allow for stacking; lifting with a crane; and absorb the weight of the container.

  • ISO
  • Corten Steel
bamboo or plywood flooring

Bamboo or Original Plywood Flooring

All portable storage units come with either original plywood, or environmentally friendly bamboo flooring. Both materials are incredibly durable and withstand abrasion from foot traffic, furniture or falling objects. 


 
Two-way forklift pockets

Two-way Forklift Pockets

Conveniently placed for mobility around the job site. Can be moved with a 10,000lbs forklift.


 

 

External

Length: 20ft (6.58m)
Width: 8ft (2.44m)
Height: 8ft 6in (2.62m)

Internal

Length: 19ft (5.8m)
Width: 7ft 8in (2.34m)
Height: 7ft 10in (2.38m)

 

Tare Weight 5,020lbs (2,277 kgs)
Payload 62,180lbs (28,203 kgs)
Gross Weight 67,200lbs (30,480 kgs)

Delivery of 20ft storage container with doors on both ends

Containers for rent delivered directly to you!

Requirements
Horizontal Clearance = 50ft
Height Clearance = 16ft
Width Clearance = 10ft

The Truck
The 20ft storage container is delivered using a 30ft tilt bed truck. This delivery method requires 30ft plus the length of the container, so 50ft in total. 

Prepare the ground
Tilt bed trucks and trailers are heavy! In order for them not to get stuck, the ground needs to be compact and dry leading up to the drop location. Muddy roads are not suitable for a tilt bed truck, or pickup truck with tilt bed trailer to drive on. The driver will also need 30ft of width for any turns they may need to make. If your location is already dry, compact, and level then you’re ready to go. If not, a common solution is laying down gravel, cement or pavement. To ensure the container is level, support all four corners with wood blocks. 

Remove any obstructions
In addition to the container drop location, make sure to prepare the entire delivery site for the driver. Remove any obstacles in the way that would prevent the truck from reaching the delivery location. This includes low hanging tree branches, low power lines, overhangs etc. If there are any obstacles or issues you would like to bring to our attention please don’t hesitate to reach out to the Conexwest dispatch team. 

How do I move the container? 

The 20ft container with doors on both ends is an excellent mobile storage unit. Here are two different ways to move it around your job site.

  1. 10,000lbs capacity forklift with a minimum of 6ft long forks. This is the best method for completely lifting the container in the air. The 10,000lbs load capacity will allow you to securely lift the container off the ground, and the 6ft long forks will provide the minimum length to secure the container without it tipping over. 
  2. A regular 5,000lbs warehouse forklift will manage to lift the container by one end and drag it. It is not the preferred method, but will work if necessary.

When does pick-up and return happen?

Time slots are coordinated with you in the first or second part of the day from 7am-6pm PST from Monday - Saturday. For more information please contact us at (855) 878-5233 x 6 or [email protected].

Will I be charged for damages that occur during the rental period?

You will not be charged for minor damages, such as scratches or dents, which can appear during loading/unloading or normal usage. However, in the case of misuse or incorrect transportation methods that cause holes, broken windows/doors, latches, overspray, floor damages or graffiti, a charge will be applied corresponding to the assessment of damages. For any other questions you would like answered check our [FAQ page]. Or reach out to a sales rep at (855) 878-5233.