The driver can only place containers on locations with a paved surface. This means it is not possible for the truck to take sandy paths, grass or any other soft surface. If this is the case, then you need to install road plates, so that the truck can safely place the container on the right place.
Make sure the container is horizotal and on a hard surface
We always deliver the container with a crane. The container can be placed up to about 3 meters next to the truck on a hard surface. Always make sure the container is horizontal. If the container is placed on unpaved ground, the doors may not open easily. For example, if the container is placed on a beach, we recommend that you put the container on road plates.
Placing containers in a shed or a warehouse
We do not place containers in a warehouse or any other closed space. Our trucks have a large crane and therefore it does not always fit. We can, however, place the container in front of the warehouse. You can then move the container with a forklift to the correct location such as your hall or shed.
Placing containers over a fence
We do not place containers over a fence. Of course, a photo can be delivered from the location of where the container must be placed, so that we can evaluate the possibilities.