|Global Product Type||File Boxes-File Transport Cases|
|Box Style||Portable Storage|
|File Size Format||Letter|
|Width||Available in: 13 7/8" or 14 7/8"|
|Depth||Available in: 14" or 6 1/2|
|Height||Available in: 11 1/8" or 11 7/8"|
|Inner Width||Available in: 11", 13 7/8" or 14"|
|Inner Depth||Available in: 11 1/8", 14" or 6 3/8"|
|Inner Height||Available in: 10 7/8", 11 1/8" or 11"|
|Color(s)||Available in: Black or Granite|
|For Use With||Hanging Files|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
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