Consolidation freight calculation

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net weight:
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  • What is the first weight and continued weight?

    The first weight refers to the lowest billable weight. If the weight of the package is within the range of the first weight, the cost is calculated based on the price of the first weight. Continued weight refers to the part that exceeds the first weight。

  • What should I do if the package I submitted exceeds the weight limit?

    Each route has a weight limit. If the product exceeds the weight limit, it will be prompted that the package cannot be submitted. You need to remove some of the products and submit them in installments.。

  • What are the restrictions on the delivery of imitation brands, contraband, liquids, pastes, food, DVD discs, and medicines??

    The suggestion of shipping the goods is based on the experience of conventional transportation. We are not responsible for any seizure of goods by the customs. Due to customs restrictions, tobacco, alcohol, medicine, and contraband are not accepted. According to the requirements of air transportation, food, liquid, granular, and paste goods need to be identified as non-dangerous goods. It is recommended that you do not send these types of goods in bulk. If it is a small amount of sensitive goods, it can be mixed with ordinary goods (clothes, shoes, etc.). For example, a single bottle of cosmetics does not exceed 100ml, and a single package does not exceed 200ml. We can try to help you transport it。

  • What is volume weight?

    The volumetric weight is mainly reflected in the freight link of logistics. When the volume of an item is too large and the weight is too light, then its volume will be converted into weight to charge a fee during transportation. The formula for calculating the volumetric weight of air cargo is:
    The volume of the cargo (length (cm) × width (cm) × height (cm)) / 6000 = volumetric weight (kg), that is to say, 6000 cubic centimeters of cargo is equivalent to 1 kg weight to calculate the freight, converted, The freight of 1 cubic meter volume of goods should be calculated according to 167 kilograms。