We specialise in refrigerated shipping containers, more commonly known as reefers in Australia – they are the coolest ones we have. With a range of sizes available – both new and used – to hire or buy – you’ll be able achieve your biggest or smaller project while keeping things chilled to the perfect temperature.
All of our refrigerated containers are rock solid and packed with features including:
With our power-save mode included, you can secure up to 50% in energy savings. This unique feature cycles refrigeration on and off based on temperature settings of specific perishables.
Plus the option of 24/7 monitoring to alert you if the container’s temperature drops or there are any issues. Whatever type of container you need, we’ve got you covered:
Want to see the stock we have on hand? Give us a call anytime Monday – Friday and we’ll be happy to send you some photos. It’s that easy!
Cool Storage Inspiration
Our customers use refrigerated containers for
all sorts of things. Here are a few ideas:
Our 10ft Refrigerated container is our smallest reefer on offer and is perfect for when you need a temperature-controlled solution for:
Our 20ft refrigerated containers are our most compact of the bunch. An ideal solution when space is tight for:
The 21ft HC two pallet wide is unique to the Australian shipping container market, These specialist containers offer multiple cost-effective uses when portable refrigeration is needed.
They are ideal for:
Another unique Australian exclusive, our 22ft HC two pallet wide containers are convenient, cost effective and built strong for loading & handling your goods. A great choice for:
Our 40ft high cube temperature-controlled container is the largest of the bunch. A smart, flexible choice for:
*Prices exclude GST. Delivery additional. Hire prices based on 12 month + hire term.
Other important features:
Need something unique? We’re up to the challenge. Our standard modifications take around 10-15 days and can include:
“Nothing is too hard for 1300Sparebox. They’ll always sort something out. Communication is spot on. And they’re good, reliable units – that’s the important bit.”