1. Dry Containers: Dry Containers are available in sizes of 10, 20, and 40 feet. They are used to transport general cargo and are the most commonly used type of shipping container.

2. Flat Rack Containers: Flat Rack containers have sides that can be folded down to accommodate heavy loads, over-sized cargo, construction equipment, building supplies, or heavy machinery.

3. Open Top Containers: Open Top containers have a completely removable, convertible top that allows for access to goods from the top of the container and is primarily used for over-height cargo.

4. Refrigerated ISO Containers: Refrigerated ISO Containers (also called reefer containers) regulate the temperature to preserve temperature sensitive goods such as produce or seafood. However, be aware that if you are shipping temperature sensitive items, spoilage will only be covered if there was mechanical failure of the reefer container for an extended period of time.

5. Side Open Storage Container: Side open storage containers open on the side (as opposed to the ends) to facilitate specific loading and unloading needs.

6. Insulated or Thermal Containers: Insulated or thermal containers come with a regulated temperature control which allows them to withstand a higher temperature. They are most suitable for long distance transportation of products.

7. Tanks: Tanks are the container type used for the transportation of liquid materials and are used by a huge proportion of the shipping industry. These container types are mostly made of anti-corrosive materials, such as strong steel, which provide them with long life and protect the materials being transported.

8. Platform Container: Similar to flat rack containers except these units are usually produced without any end frames. Ideal for transporting heavy loads or over sized cargo.