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CakeBoxx for coils

CakeBoxx has added a coil handling option to its range of doorless containers

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The CakeBoxx concept features a container without doors, where the four walls and roof are lifted off an on from the container base to load and unload cargo. As well as being more secure, the design makes it easier to load heavy and bulky cargo for transport as a standard container unit.


CakeBoxx has now launched a “20ft CoilBoxx”, featuring the same deck and lid concept with adjustable cradles for loading and securing steel coils. The coil container follows the earlier launch of the 45’ and 53’ “BreakBulkBoxx” for break bulk cargo, and is targeted at both domestic and international shippers.


“Designed and manufactured to ISO specifications and CSC certified, the CoilBoxx provides a time and cost saving containerized shipping alternative to traditional flatbed trailer, flat rack and breakbulk vessel transport. It is also extremely effective at protecting coils from exposure to adverse environmental conditions and typically unavoidable handling mishaps,” CakeBoxx stated.


The CoilBoxx cradles slot into grooves in the CoilBoxx deck and are adjustable to accommodate up to three coil ODs, ranging from 300mm to 1700mm, with a maximum width of 2,232mm. The 20’x 8’x 8’6’’ design has an internal length of 19’2’’ and a tare weight of 4,750kg. Maximum payload is 30,250kg with a maximum gross weight of 35,000kg.

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