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Short Container Ramp (8T x 1800mm)

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Our Short Container Ramp is designed for quick application and removal. Fitted with fork pockets on either side of the ramp, it can easily be precisely positioned, moved and transported around workplaces or in confined spaces.

The ramp features a flip-up styled front tine pocket for extra efficiency. Its full internal internal gusset system makes it incredibly strong. The Short Container Ramp reduces worker fatigue thanks to its tread plate decking. For additional safety, raised side plates ensure the Forklift remains on the ramp and does not drive off the side.  

With our Short Container Ramp, unloading is simple and secure. Safety chains provide extra relief and reliability when they are connected from the ramp to the container itself. Enabling this feature prevents unintentional disengagement of the ramp from the container. Keep browsing our range and view our some of our other container loading and unloading devices.


Additional Information

Choose the model for your workplace requirements!

Our Short Container Ramps – model MCRS8 – boast an incredible Safe Working Load (SWL) of 8000kg and an overall length of 1800mm. The Short Container Ramp is fully certified and comes with relevant paperwork and manuals of use.


  • Size:  1800 (length) x 2320 (width) x 160mm (height) – that’s from ground to ramp deck
  • Capacity:  8000 kg WLL 
  • Unit Weight:  410 kg
  • Finish:  Enamel Paint

Looking for something else?

Then continue browsing our Dock Equipment and Ramps range. Alternatively view a similar model of this container ramp, but in a longer design.

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Product Variations

Image Description Product Code Price (excl. GST)  

Forklift Container Ramp – 8T x 1800mm long


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