Find Shipping Containers for Sale by Size and Type
We keep 6', 10', 20', 40' and 45' shipping containers in stock so you can choose the right size each and every time you buy from us.
Our Shipping Containers Are Strong
Our containers are made from high-grade corrugated steel and marine-grade plywood, making them an excellent storage option for all weather conditions. Their waterproof quality ensures that you need not worry about your precious goods getting damaged due to persistent rains. Also, since these containers are made from extremely strong steel, they are rodent and burglar-proof.
So, what are you waiting for? Get A Quote today to buy a new or used shipping container in Houston.
We deliver all over Houston
Our warehouse in Houston supplies shipping containers all over the city, as well as the areas surrounding it. Because of our wide network of trusted vendors, we can deliver the right container to you even at the strictest deadline.
Here’s What Our Customers Say
I’m an old customer and have been dealing with this company for a few years now. Never ever faced any issue with them. They know their job well.
It was a nice experience interacting with the helpful staff at Pelican. The container was in really good condition and perfectly suited my need of a storage shed. Will come back in the future if I need more.
We ordered a 40’ standard container in April but received a 40’ high cube after 10 days. We immediately communicated this to the company and they told we could use the bigger unit at no extra cost. We were delighted!
It was a pleasure to interact with the people in this company. My container was delivered safely and on time. The doors worked well and there were no dents or cracks. Well done!
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During the late 1970s Houston epitomized opulence, glitter, and opportunity. The city’s major industry, petrochemicals, rode the crest of a boom “in the oilpatch,” as Houstonians say. Get-rich-quick growth became a predominant feature across the sprawling landscape of the city. By 1982, however, a national recession, coupled with a wildly fluctuating oil market and devaluation of the Mexican peso, changed Houston’s outlook from boom to bust. Unemployment and the local economy reached depression levels by 1985, prompting a painful retrenchment. Houston’s recovery and subsequent expansion are the result of the growth of energy independent industry and diversification. Optimism is back in Houston as the city looks to new opportunities in high-technology and service industries. As a result of the boom, and despite the bust, Houston’s consolidated metropolitan area now exceeds 8,700 square miles and the population has more than doubled from the 1960 level. Now the nation’s fourth largest metropolitan area, with nearly 4.2 million people, Houston is looking up again and approaching the future with confidence.