20' Shipping Container

Listing Information
Shipment Title:20' Shipping Con...
Shipment ID: 161057395
Customer:Daniel S.
Date Listed:8/13/2013 2:04 PM CST
Date Updated: 8/24/2013 9:43 PM CST
Ended: 8/18/2013 2:04 PM CST
Budget: Place Bid
# of Bids: 3 (0 Active)
Auction Goods:No
Shipment Pictures
Origin, Destination, & Route Information
Origin
Business (without loading dock or forklift)
Pickup: Ready Now
Route

Est. Distance: 226.00 Miles
Destination
Other Secured or Limited Access Location
Delivery: ASAP
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20' Shipping Container
Total furniture items: 1
Total Weight: 6000 lbs
Palletized: No
Crated: No
Stackable: No
1
L: 20 ft 0 in.  W: 8 ft 0 in.  H: 10 ft 0 in. 
6000 lbs
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Question:
8/13/2013
I have a 20' low boy trailer, is there any fork lift @ load or drop locations? Thx-Robert Not in Violation
Response: I have a forklift at the load location but not at the drop location. Was planning to put wood under container when loading and slide the container off at delivery location. Secure container to trees and drive the trailer out from under it. I'm not sure a lowboy would work. The delivery location is actually in a remote area and would require 12 miles of travel on dirt/mountain roads. We get 25'+ travel trailers and toyhaulers in there with no problem but you might drag the bottom of a low boy in a few spots. It is basically 223 miles of highway, 9 miles of well graded dirt/gravel road, then 3-5 miles of rough mountain dirt roads. Travel time should be roughly 5.5 hours. Would you pull with a truck (F350+) or an actual tractor (Volvo/Peterbuilt/etc)?8/14/2013Report a Violation
Response: i would be pulling with my gmc c6500 and a low trailer...I can possibly move the container on the back of my c6500, it has a 19 foot flat bed...However, it depends on the height...how tall is the container? I just fished Duck Creek last week, we have a cabin in Brian Head. Very nice place up there. 8/15/2013Report a Violation
Response: Cool. We are actually in Skyhaven... It is accessed through Swains Creek, which is just past Strawberry. I have not checked the height as I thought they were all 8'. I believe the trailer would work as too tall equals lots of limb cutting or breaking. If you are still interested I'll accept the bid and we'll get it coordinated. The container is exactly 8'6" tall.8/15/2013Report a Violation
Question:
8/14/2013
Hello. I have a 32' gooseneck flatbed with a hydraulic ramp here in Parowan. 1/2 the container could be on the ramp so it would be an easy offload assuming I could get to the location. Thoughts?Report a Violation
Question:
8/14/2013
Also a question about the height. Containers come in 8 and 9'6". My low-pro is at 34 inches so a max of 9'6" would be legal.Report a Violation
Question:
8/15/2013
If the container is common it should be 8' in height...if it is I can love it on my flat bed as I have a max load height of 8' 6". lmk so I can submit a bid to you, thx- RobertReport a Violation
Response: I'll measure the container tomorrow morning.8/15/2013Report a Violation
Accepted Bid
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$937
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