3 Axle 40Ft Container Chassis Trailer Shipping to Zambia

Our Zambia customer bought a 3 axle container chassis last year, and after one year of use, they very much recognized the quality of Panda Mech’s 40ft container chassis. Five container chassis need to be ordered again this year.

Here are the container chassis specifications:

Main Beam“I” Section 500mm height Q345/T700 material
Twist-Lock4/8/12 set ISO Standard
SuspensionMechanical / Air
Axle3 axles, BPW/FUWA brand
Rim8/12 pieces 9.0-22.5
Tire8/12 pieces 12R22.5 Bridgestone/Triangle/Linglong etc
Brake ValveWABCO
Kingpin2″(50mm)/3.5″(90mm) JOST Bolting Type

The frame of the container chassis trailer is welded by longitudinal beams, transverse load-bearing beams, and expansion beams at the front and rear. The longitudinal beam is fabricated from high-quality 16mn steel plate, welded into an I-shape using submerged arc welding.

The load-bearing beam is stamped into a groove shape from high-quality thick steel plate, while the front and rear beams are welded into a rectangular cross-section. The central container locking device is integrated with the entire clamping device, with a long horizontal load-bearing beam set at this position to enhance the carrying capacity of the container locking and clamping devices.

The 3-axle 40 ft container chassis trailer is designed specifically for transporting 10ft, 20ft, and 40ft containers. It is durable and has substantial strength. It enables direct loading at the consignor’s warehouse and unloading at the consignee’s warehouse, eliminating the need for reloading when switching vehicles or ships.

The container chassis trailer offers quick and convenient loading and unloading of cargo, satisfying individual customer needs. It ensures tooling, stable quality, and reliable performance.

The system rod’s angle design is practical, reducing tire wear during frequent operations. The wheelbase can be adjusted via the tie rods, effectively avoiding uneven tire wear. The rotation lock includes a limit device for safer transportation, and its handle is both aesthetic and user-friendly.

The front seal frame’s rotation lock handle is positioned inside the frame to prevent damage to the main engine accessories. A two-position, three-way valve has been added to the braking system to enhance parking brake safety.

The loading bay of the container chassis trailer is fitted with twist lock devices at its four corners to secure the container. The trailer commonly employs semi-suspension, full-suspension, and double-suspension styles, with semi-suspension being the most prevalent.