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Delivery and Collection

Delivery & Collection

Whilst each method of delivery has its own unique characteristics such as area required for delivery, there are some basic things to be aware of and to plan for.

  • SAFETY – the container must be able to be delivered to a safe delivery environment
  • Council Approval for the location of the container (you cannot drop in the street, for example)
  • Power Lines are obstructing the path to the deliver area or the delivery route (some cables in streets are quite low), ensure at least 4.5m clearance
  • Surface of the Delivery Area - can it take the weight of the delivery vehicle and the container? The customer is responsible for all costs if the vehicle becomes bogged.
  • Direction of the doors – which way should the container doors face on the truck?
  • Is the truck reversing into position or driving forward into position
  • The ground on which the container is positioned should be level
  • The container should be placed on sleepers or similar in order to allow air flow beneath the container. This will greatly extend the life of the unit.

Please read further for the space needed for each type of delivery vehicle.

Tilt Tray Delivery

20’ containers only carried on this vehicle – REVERSE INTO POSITION

Clearances for Tilt Trays:
Height – 4.5m (TRAVELLING)
Height – 6.5m (FULLY TILTED)
Width – 3.5m
Length – 12m (truck and delivered container on ground)

Maximum gross weight – 6 tonnes

This vehicle is good for tight positions, empty and light loads.

Sideloader Delivery

Good for 40’ containers and heavy (over 6t) 20’ containers
Forward or reverse into position
Load / unload from RIGHT HAND SIDE only

Weight Limit 18 tonnes gross
Height: 4.5m (travelling)
Height: 6.5m (delivering)
Width 3.5m (travelling)
Width 6.5m (dropping container)
Length: 17m

Ground must be level and firm for the legs to position and lifting to occur

Hiab Crane Truck

Good for getting containers over obstructions such as fences. Site must be surveyed by a CCA representative to assess suitability.
Mainly for 20’ containers
Weight limit of 12t gross

Height 4.5m (travelling)
Height 6.5m (unloading)
Width 3.5m
Length: allow up to 16m
Clearances for crane: Assessed by site.

Used when neither a tilt tray or sideloader can deliver the container due to an obstruction. Beyond this, an actual crane may have to be used

Please contact us for more information.