Our Heavy-Duty Collapsible Container is rated for load capacities up to 2,500 lbs. They collapse flat in seconds and stack for storage and return shipment – optimizing space usage and saving money on returned freight. Shipping protection for heavy-duty machinery, large parts and bulky items. Hand-hold areas on panels provide a comfortable grip for panel movement. Corners interlock for quick set up and added stability. Collapsible and stackable – Stacks up to 4 high. Two access doors with spring-loaded latches. 4-way forklift access.
- Perfect for moving and storing heavy, free-flowing loads in a rough material handling environment.
- Steel reinforcement provides protection from high impact in moving and loading materials.
Built tough with HDPE structural foam with steel reinforcement. Available for loads ranging from 1800 to 2500 lbs. Features strong interlocking post and pocket wall panel design. Durable steel base runners and corner hit plates deflect forklift impact. Two drop doors utilizing post and pocket design. Collapsible for storage of container when not in use.
Collapsible Container Purchase Considerations
Compatibility: Will the container need to stack with others that are already in your, or your customer’s plant?
Stackability: Will you be stacking one full container on top of another? Note the stacking height restrictions.
Return Ratio: Some containers fold down to a lower height than others, saving space and freight charges on return trips. Example – 3:1 ratio means 3 collapsed units equal the height of 1 erect container.
Collapsibility: Don’t need to collapse a container? Choose from numerous fixed height models.
Drop Doors: These are the small fold-down doors on some of the walls. They allow easy, ergonomic access to contents.
Latch Style: Some containers offer snap-lock style latches to easily open and close drop doors and to easily collapse walls. Heavy-duty models offer post & pocket latches that are less prone to damage.
Lids: Optional lids protect contents from dust and damage. Containers can be stacked with or without the lids.
Special Conditions: Always consider testing a container under actual conditions to determine suitability.