Norex Container Platform Legs


ConFoot legs only weigh 24kg each, allowing them to be easily carried and installed by one person alone

The set of four legs are certified to hold up to 30 tonnes. That maximum weight includes the weight of the shipping container and its contents.The container is raised by the air suspension chassis on a truck. At this point the legs are fitted to the shipping container's corner casting. When the chassis is then lowered, the legs will come into contact with the ground, shifting the weight of the container onto the legs. The truck can then drive away with its chassis and the container will be left free standing. The same process in reverse is used to load a shipping container back onto the chassis. See the process in our video.

For  legs to function, they must be used in tandem with a truck chassis with functioning air suspension. The chassis must also be able to lower to the point where the corner casting of the loaded shipping container is between 1043 - 1448 mm above the ground. The vast majority of air suspension chassis can do this, but there are a few exceptions.

Shipping Confoot-leg®
Total weight 24 kg per unit (96kg per set of x4 legs)
Nominal height 1043 - 1448 mm
Maximum gross weight of container 30 000 kg
700 mm space between the feet keeps the container steady lengthwise
The product is patented

Industry and trade
➢ The container is left on the
un/loading site on the ConFoot-legs
➢ No need to leave a chassis under the
➢ The containers can be un/loaded in
➢ The containers can be un/loaded
with a flexible schedule
➢ No need to use expensive
equipment like side loaders

Transport companies
➢ Leaving and picking up containers
can be performed at any moment
and without outside help.
➢ Side loaders are replaced by a
standard truck and chassis
➢ Less dependent on other (hired)
operators like reserving a forklift,
loader, etc.

➢ When handling containers in
harbours, these containers can be
left standing on ConFoot-legs at
loading height.
➢ Possibilities to expand the harbours'
container traffic without high

Swap body users
➢ Investments in (more) swap bodies
are unnecessary
➢ Interval loading and unloading is
➢ Transportation equipment is
simplified and becomes more cost
➢ Sea containers that are unsuitable for
sea use can be used as storage
/swap bodies

Logistics centres
➢ Container traffic can be handled
without expensive un/loading
➢ Not dependant on others anymore;
The driver can pick up the containers
any time, they are always ready to be
picked up.

Forwarding companies
➢ The ConFoot-leg gives forwarding
companies new possibilities to
organize supply chains.
Armed forces
➢ For the most part stock can be
transferred into sea containers
➢ Different actions can be moved into
containers like hospitals,
management centres, repair shops,
➢ Offering cost efficient transportation
options for the army's specialized
transportation equipment
➢ Transport companies' equipment can
be used for moving containers
➢ More flexibility because the
equipment is always available for use