Storage Container

20' Steel Storage Container

Function

The storage containers are used as equipment and supplies storage, designed to assist in the clean up operations of both onshore and offshore spills.
They are strategically placed around Southeast Alaska Communities, typically near harbors or at Member Company locations for easy access and deployment of equipment and materials in the event of a spill.

Specifications

Manufacture Various Model 20'
Service Type(s) Mobile Storage Operating Environment Water tight dry storage
Size L x W x H (ft) 20' x 8' x 8' Empty Weight 4,850 lbs.
Container Material Structural Steel Max Gross Weight 66,000 lbs.
Lifting Points Fork Channels bottom/center

Transportation Modes

C-130 DC-6 DC-3 737 Beaver Otter Cessna 206 Cessna 185 Heli Barge Tug (only) Lrg F/V Sm F/V Pickup
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Locations & Quantities

Zone 2
Craig

55°29'18.28"N 133°08'24.67"W

Zone 3
Petersburg

56°48'28.84"N 132°58'13.91"W


Wrangell

56°28'14.69"N 132°23'06.98"W

Zone 4
Kake

56°58'21.84"N 133°56'26.67"W

Zone 5
Sitka

57°06'53.48"N 135°23'31.89"W

Zone 6
Gustavus

58°27'16.61"N 135°53'18.35"W


Pelican

57°57'27.84"N 136°13'32.69"W

Zone 7
Juneau

58°17'26.76"N 134°23'33.26"W

Zone 8
Haines

59°14'02.27"N 135°26'20.48"W


Skagway

59°27'09.90"N 135°19'20.26"W

Zone 9
Yakutat

59°32'44.64"N 139°44'06.40"W

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