Originally Posted by LateStarter
I'm accumulating containers from various sources, and I've stumbled across some 28-footers.
I'm not sure if I've seen them roll by in prototype... (if I have, I didn't notice).
Not sure how to place these.
I guess according to the 40-foot standard, they'd need to go solo underneath any longer ones, or butted against a 20-footer for a 48' length.
I've heard of them, but never seen one. I think they were a non-standard size that was fairly short lived in some particular area or service. (Domestic only)
They would obviously not be able to stack on top of longer containers, just like 20' cans, since as discussed the mounting points are set for stacking 40' cans.
They would also NOT fit into a standard 48' well, since the mounting points for a 40' container are centered, so you actually have 4' on each end of the 40', so no, you can't put a 20+28 into a standard 48' well. They could fit into a 53' well, but not a 48'.