12. Where can I find interior/exterior dimensions on my box?

A container that is going to be shipped internationally must meet several requirements. The container must be surveyed by a certified marine surveyor to ensure that the integrity of the unit is structurally sound. The unit must have a current CSC Plate (Container Safety Convention) if the unit is 5 years or newer or a valid ACEP sticker (Approved Continuous Examination Program) if it is 5 or more years old. If a unit does not have these, it will be rejected for loading on the terminal. Also, all steamship line decals and markings must be removed from the box. We refer to this as de-identification or neutralization. We can provide both inspection service and de-identify or neutralize the unit prior to pick up at a terminal or depot facility and the cost will be incorporated into the price of the container.