Matson ship full of reefers and containers pulls into port

An innovator in refrigerated cargo, Matson has a long history of shipping temperature-sensitive freight to Guam, Micronesia, Saipan, and across the Pacific in reefers.

Matson uses one of the best-refrigerated cargo systems in the shipping industry to preserve the quality and integrity of perishables, produce, and medications. Precise temperature control, modified atmospheres, substitute atmospheres for the controlled atmosphere applications, and other standard features of Matson’s refrigerated service help keep fruits, vegetables, frozen foods, and other climate-sensitive shipments at their finest. Learn more about our Atmosphere Modification Service Provider procedures out of Oakland and Long Beach.

To learn more about refrigerated container shipping to Guam, Micronesia, and Saipan, and how Matson can ship groceries and other temperature-sensitive cargo to Guam from Hawaii, or to get a free quote, please call 1-800-462-8766 today.

Equipment Overview

Matson offers refrigerated containers to service the needs of our customers shipping to and from Hawaii. The equipment is capable of handling chilled and frozen cargo across the Pacific to protect the integrity and quality of the goods. For Saipan and Micronesia 20-foot standard and 40-foot high-cube units are available. Please note there is no 20-foot refrigerated equipment to Guam.

Temperature Controlled Containers – Refrigerated

20 foot standard reefer for refrigerated container shipping Guam
Inside Length: 17’11”
Inside Width: 7’6″
Inside Height: 7’5″
Door Opening: 7’6″W x 7’5″H
Empty Weight: 6,482 lbs.
Cubic Capacity: 1,003 ft.
Outside Length: 20′
Outside Width: 8′
Outside Height: 8’6″

40 foot high-cube reefer for refrigerated container shipping Guam
Inside Length: 38′
Inside Width: 7’6″
Inside Height: 8’3″
Door Opening: 7’8″W x 8’H
Empty Weight: 10,400 lbs.
Cubic Capacity: 2,340 ft.
Outside Length: 40′
Outside Width: 8′
Outside Height: 9’6″

Note: Empty Weight and Cubic Capacity figures shown are for the equipment which makes up the majority of inventory in each category. Actual empty weights and cubic capacities may vary based on series numbers of equipment.