OCEANEX, "large LTL" Ocean 53' (HO Scale 1:87) 3 pack of containers with IBC castings at 53' corner. JTC # 953036
OCEANEX, "large LTL" Ocean 53' Containers with IBC castings at 53' corner. JTC # 953036. These containers have red 'Flammable' Hazard stickers on them, and are marked to emphasize 'LTL' service. In Stock at Dealers now.
- Newly Tooled "True Ocean" 53' containers
- Scheme specific tooling
- Multiple front(s) and door(s) for prototypical accuracy
- Detailed printing per photographs
- IBC pins and scale ISO 40' location for JTC product compatibility
- JTC magnetic connection with magnets in the bottom and metal plates on top
ABOUT OCEANEX - Oceanex containers are commonly seen on the rails of Canada and into the US. Oceanex also operates a fleet of 53' dry and refrigerated containers. Oceanex Inc., a leading multimodal transportation provider servicing the province of Newfoundland and Labrador from anywhere in North America.
JTC Models' National distributors are HobbyTyme and Heartland Distributors.
Oceanex Global Logistics is already in full throttle operating out of our Montreal offices. This new division is a third party logistics, 3PL, provider.
According to Executive Chairman, Captain Sid Hynes, “Oceanex Global Logistics was established to meet the growing customer demand to provide the high level of quality service and reliability customers have become accustomed to, for other key markets within North America.”
Oceanex Inc. provides intermodal transportation services to the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. It is committed to keeping Oceanex’s leading position as an intermodal carrier in Atlantic Canada. It's pier-to-pier (between marine terminals) and door-to-door (from shipper’s warehouse to consignee’s facility) transportation services are renowned for their efficiency and on-time delivery.
History - Oceanex, and predecessor companies, has been providing service to Newfoundland and Labrador for more than 100 years. The company originated in 1909 when a service to Corner Brook was started and was followed by calls at St. John’s in 1949.
A Major Transportation Provider was Formed - Oceanex was formed in 1990 through the merger of Atlantic Container Express Inc. of Montréal and Atlantic Searoute Limited Partnership of Halifax. In 1991, a marine terminal operator in Newfoundland merged its operations into Oceanex, creating a major integrated transportation infrastructure provider in Atlantic Canada. Oceanex has grown considerably since 1991, having achieved a number of significant milestones over the years, all focused on providing a reliable service to it's clients.