This chapter discusses intermodal transport equipment types. Photos and diagrams are used with discussion of dimensions and capacity. In terms of equipment, the chapter also discusses issues, including high cube and pallet-wide containers, container owning and leasing, issues of empty container management, swap bodies versus trailers, different wagon designs and ownership models. The context of intermodal transport, and particularly for hinterland transport, of semi-trailers and containers is quite different. The two segments of container- and semi-trailer–based transport are structured according to the main aspects of the logistics set-up, main markets, organisational structure and technology. In terms of markets, semi-trailers serve mostly intra-regional flows, while the main transport market for maritime containers is the trans-ocean trade. There are many types of forklifts, which vary according to their functionalities and the specifications of the manufacturers. They are used mostly in the warehouse or terminal area.