Shenship Logistics Ltd.
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We operate a fleet of new and used containers, stored in our Hong Kong depots. The current stock already contains over 1,000TEU consisting of dry van, open-top, flack-rack, and high-cube containers all between 20' and 40' in size.
Container Leasing
Whether lease or lease purchase, Master Lease or Long Term, with new or used containers, we are able to achieve the objective of your company in the most cost effective manner. For all your equipment needs, we are always at your finger tips.
Special Equipment
Our fleet of special equipment i.e. Flat Racks, Open Top, Hi-Cube and 45' Containers, will be available to you no matter what quantity or location. For short-term lease or purchase lease, or for a whole lot of project shipments, your needs will be taken care of.
Container Cabotage
There are a number of reasons for cabotage or positioning movements of containers. The most commonly known is to arrange them to be located in low demand areas to high demand areas in order to minimize down-time. There are also economic considerations involved i.e. to position them by cabotage to areas where the resale value is higher than the previous location. With our worldwide contacts, we will be able to assist in your positioning needs in order to derive the most efficient use of your equipment as cost effectively as possible.
Custom Modifications
Besides the traditional use of containers for marine freight transportation, used containers are extremely versatile and can be easily and economically modified to serve many purposes. In fact, a container can be customized for a variety of uses within 24 hours. Compared to the time and expenses of constructing a building, customized containers are not only cost effective and time efficient but easily relocate-able as well.

 Tina WAN
 Logistics Division
 Desk :  +852 2627 2964
 Fax :  +852 2185 1164
 Skype :  tina_wan
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