Container Leasing FAQs

Please read through our Container Leasing FAQs if you have any questions about Pacific Tycoon or our container leasing. If you do not find an answer to your question, please contact us using the form to the right.

If you allow Pacific Tycoon to lease your shipping containers for three years, we will recoup your investment for you at the price you initially paid. If we lease your containers for less than three years, we will buy them at market price.

View a few testimonials from those who have sold their shipping container(s) here.

You can claim a return on your investment once a month if you lease us 5 containers or more.
If you lease us fewer than 5 shipping containers, you will receive returns on a quarterly basis. This will be paid into any bank account that you designate, anywhere in the world.

More information about your shipping container investment can be found here.

Container damage is rare, but it does occur.

You are personally indemnified from any damage the container might suffer during the course of business by insurance effected by the user. If damage occurs when the container is not rented, we will have insurance in place to cover the damage.

Pacific Tycoon will not notify you of the whereabouts of your containers unless you specifically ask us. The deployment and use of your containers is a professional issue that requires day to day tracking.
We do not discuss the distribution plan for the containers because the only plan is to lease them to those wishing to transport goods from one port to the next.

If you wish to know where your containers are at any time, please feel free to contact us.

From the date of the signature on the contract leasing your containers to Pacific Tycoon, you no longer have any responsibility for the container nor its content. We and the end user do.

As professionals in the shipping industry, Pacific Tycoon handle renting of shipping containers.
You lease the containers to us and need not be concerned with their daily operation. That is our job and we do it well so you don’t have to.
If you do not want your containers to transport certain goods, such as alcohol for example, we do have a contract with a no alcohol clause.

If you wish to know more, please feel free to contact us.

The obvious risks include: fluctuations in demand and market related currency risks. Currency risk applies when your currency devalues against the US Dollar, thus making your principal investment more costly and inversely if the US Dollar has devalued when you sell.

We have set out any further risks in our information memorandum which we will send to you if you contact us.

Pacific Tycoon treats your personal information as confidential and will not share, sell nor rent it to any third party.

If you wish to know more, please feel free to contact us.

Shipping container leasing has historically remained a carefully guarded secret of wealthy investors and well-established investment firms. When the markets tumbled in 2008, investors and financial institutions pulled their profitable (and unaffected) investments out of the shipping industry – along with multiple forms of alternative investments, a precautionary move to cover the sizable losses sustained in other markets.

This was a common shift that penetrated the entire investment economy, leaving asset management companies like Pacific Tycoon, looking for new investors for their investment opportunities. Unfortunately, as a result they also became exposed to terms such as ponzi and red-alert investment, due to a lack of industry knowledge and common information surrounding this type of investment. Pacific Tycoon fields such industry slurs openly and transparently, hosting their retrospective performance data here: Factsheet and client testimonials here: http://pacifictycoon.com/testimonials/. We also welcome potential investors to speak to our client relations team in Hong Kong at any time of the day on this number: +852 580 16695