If I have CBM, how many square meters are those?

If I have 68 container cubic meters, how many square meters are those?

68 container cubic meters occupies a floor area of 23.4 square meters. This figure is obtained by dividing the volume (in CBM) by the standard height of a 20 foot-long container (2.9 meters).
68/2.9 = 23.4


Standard Shipping Containers

  1. The 20ft standard shipping container is 6.1 metres (20ft) long, 2.44 metres (8ft) wide, and 2.896 (9ft 6inches) metres high. This gives an internal volume of 43.1 cubic metres (1,440 cubic feet). The floor area is 14.884 square metres (160 square feet).
  2. The 40ft standard shipping container is 12.192 metres (40ft) long, 2.438 metres (8ft) wide, and 2.896 (9ft 6inches) metres high. This gives an internal volume of 75.3 cubic metres (2,660 cubic feet). The floor area is 29.724 square metres (320 square feet). 
  3. The 53ft container is much larger inside. They are 16.15 metres (53ft) long, 2.59 metres (8ft 6 inches) wide, and 2.896 metres (9ft 6 inches) high. This gives them a volume of over 121 cubic metres (4280 cubic feet). The floor space is 41.82 square metres (424 sq ft), giving you an extra 12.1 square metres of added floor space over the standard 40ft shipping container.

    • Related Articles

    • What is the Logistify AI service fee?

      In general, Logistify AI charges a service fee when a booking is confirmed to cover the costs of the products and services we provide, like our servers & payment processing fees by Paypal/Stripe/Flutterwave. Fees for booking warehouse space We have ...