Author Topic: MARCH 2019 Releases - 40' HC containers from JTC Models  (Read 287 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.


  • Crew
  • *
  • Posts: 34
  • Respect: +56
MARCH 2019 Releases - 40' HC containers from JTC Models
« on: March 12, 2019, 12:56:48 PM »
Jacksonville Terminal Company - MARCH 2019 Releases - 40' HC containers

We are excited to announce the release of our March products that have shipped to Distributors and Direct Dealers last week. We have some very unique prototypical schemes ´╗┐such as the NASA - Nebula and the OOCL- Phantom of the Opera. Below are direct links to view each product in this release, with close-up photos and some details about them. Also we hope that you will notice the variety of Doors that we have tooled and used. 

 NASA - Nebula

OOCL - Phantom

OOCL 'PHANTOM' 40' HIGH CUBE containers with Magnetic system, Corrugated-side. JTC # 405023. These were prototype containers, decorated for the 'Phantom of the Opera' show, as OOCL was the official Ocean carrier for the stage props for some years. A very unique and beautifully decorated model from recreated artwork.





Our retro-fit kits are a great addition to allow other brands to magnetically connect to the JTC product line OR to magnetically connect to their own brand. We have kits for the ATLAS 40' container, M-T 48 & 53, and S-T 53' containers. Stay tuned into for new product announcements. JTC will continue to deliver our highly detailed & decorated prototypical containers, with the Magnection connecting system (magnets & connecting pins), to the market along with the intermodal accessories that will not disappoint the N-scaler.

The JTC team thanks you for your business and continued interest of our product line. BR,   Stan & Steve
« Last Edit: March 12, 2019, 01:33:30 PM by JaxTerminal »

James Costello

  • Crew
  • *
  • Posts: 1485
  • Respect: +109
Re: MARCH 2019 Releases - 40' HC containers from JTC Models
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2019, 07:43:53 PM »
I need to start just directing my pay to JTC  :D
James Costello
Espee into the 90's