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Shipping Container Parts

Do you do a lot of intermodal work? Do you frequently haul shipping containers, either separately or along with other kinds of cargo? If you answered 'yes' to either question, you know how valuable shipping container parts, locking pins, and accessories are.You know that having a supply of spare parts on board could mean the difference between delivering a load and having to wait by the side of the road until an inconvenient problem can be remedied.

Mytee Products is proud to offer our customers a range of shipping container parts alongside all the rest of our cargo control supplies. From manual and dovetail twist locks to bridge fittings, we have what you need to keep shipping containers safe and secure during transport. All our shipping container parts, locking pins, and accessories are manufactured to the same high standards we apply to every other item in our inventory. If you need a part you don't see on our site, please do not hesitate to ask and we’ll see if it’s possible to bring it in.



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Do you do a lot of intermodal work? Do you frequently haul shipping containers, either separately or along with other kinds of cargo? If you answered 'yes' to either question, you know how valuable shipping container parts, locking pins, and accessories are.You know that having a supply of spare parts on board could mean the difference between delivering a load and having to wait by the side of the road until an inconvenient problem can be remedied.

Mytee Products is proud to offer our customers a range of shipping container parts alongside all the rest of our cargo control supplies. From manual and dovetail twist locks to bridge fittings, we have what you need to keep shipping containers safe and secure during transport. All our shipping container parts, locking pins, and accessories are manufactured to the same high standards we apply to every other item in our inventory. If you need a part you don't see on our site, please do not hesitate to ask and we’ll see if it’s possible to bring it in.


What are shipping containers?

Shipping containers are large, internationally standardized cargo units, designed to easily transition between modes of transportation. Ships, barges, trains, and flatbed trucks are all capable of hauling standard shipping containers.

Using shipping containers as on-site storage

Shipping container ramps

If you’re using your container as on-site storage, you may want to drive a forklift in and out of the container to move the items that you’re storing. In that case, you’ll want to get a shipping container ramp.

Shipping container ramps let you drive up smoothly from the ground to the inside of the container, which slightly rose on standard end foundations.

Raised container foundations

It’s a good idea to elevate fixed shipping containers slightly, both to prevent the bottom from potential water damage and to improve ventilation.
Raised foundations are ISO-standardized, so they’re compatible with every container. All eight corners of a shipping container have standard ends, called corner castings. Raised container foundations connect to the bottom side corner castings on fixed containers.

Transporting shipping containers

There are three main categories of shipping container parts and accessories:

Shipping container locks

Locks are used to lock stacked shipping containers in place, either securing one container to another or securing the bottommost shipping container to the chassis of the ship, barge, train, or flatbed.

Types of Locks

There are a few key differences among different types of locks.

  • Manual Locks: With manual locks, you latch the lock by twisting the lock bar by hand to latch it in place. Manual lock handles come in various shapes and have different types of grips.
  • Semi-Automatic Twist Locks: Semi-automatic twist locks are spring loaded. Once they’re inserted between the stacked containers, the spring releases. That force latches the lock, clamping the containers in place.
  • Shipping Container Midlocks: Shipping container midlocks are designed to secure two containers together that are sitting side-by-side, rather than stacked. They’re made to pull together and latch containers horizontally, creating a stable row of shipping containers, rather than vertically.

Note: Manual twist and semi-automatic twist locks both fit into corner castings.

Container bridge fittings

Bridge fittings temporarily clamp storage containers together while you’re in the process of installing midlocks or other horizontal lashing devices.

Equipment and accessories to lift and stack the containers:

In order to lift and stack shipping containers, you’ll need:

Stacking cones: Stacking cones are lashing units that fit exactly into the holes in the standard ends on each corner of a shipping container. They align shipping containers during transport, but they don’t lock them together.

Lifting lugs: Lifting lugs lock into shipping containers horizontally so you can lift up the container by its sides. Lugs provide a loop you can run a crane cable or standard hook and chain sling through safely.

Container hooks: These hooks are designed to lift shipping containers directly.

Loading chains: Loading chain bridles are v-shaped, and have two 5-foot legs connected at an anchor point. The anchor point attaches to the crane, while the legs end on hooks made to attach to lifting logs or other attachments at the corners of the shipping container.

High Quality Shipping Container Parts by Mytee

Mytee’s shipping container products are affordable while maintaining high quality standards. They’re made of resilient, durable materials, and they have high working load limits and breaking capacities.

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