< img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=461766277975360&ev=PageView&noscript=1" />

# 重量计算法

1: South Korea/Taiwan-Air Freight Calculation Method
Chargeable weight = actual weight and volume weight, which one is heavy
If the package exceeds the standard size and weight, additional charges will apply. Settlement method reference price list
Volume weight = (length x width x height) / 5000 = xx KG

1: Malaysia/Singapore-Air Freight Calculation Method
If everyone sends some cotton, wool, plastic products, etc.. It takes up a lot of space in the aircraft. But the actual weighing weight is very light. Air freight and express companies have developed a volume weight calculation method based on actual weight. Because air freight uses aircraft transportation tools, aircraft There is room for the position.
First, let me give you an example.
Why is there a way to calculate volume and weight~*

Please pay attention to this!　So as not to have unpleasant things happen!
For example, if the actual weight of your goods is 1.5KG, the invoice is also 1.5KG, but the volume weight is 14.6KG, the charge will be (1.5+14.5)/2=8kg. (The billing method is half-throwing, and the half-throwing situation is that the volume is greater than the actual weight by more than 8kg)

= 2.5 kg
Throw weight weight = (25 x 20 x 30)/6000
The actual volume of the item: 25cm x 20cm x 30cm
The actual weight of the item: 1 kg
Example 1: *

According to the calculation method of air transportation, the freight is based on the actual weight or the weight of the "dropped weight", whichever is the weight. What is "throwing heavy"? It is the so-called Volume Metric.
If the weight of the object is 1.2kg, we will charge 2kg air freight.

2. Shipping small cargo: chargeable weight = actual weight or volume weight, whichever is more weight.
>> Volume weight = (length x width x height) / 6000 = xx KG

3. Shipping bulk cargo: calculation method = cubic meter (m³)
>> Converted into cubic = package size (length * height * width in CM) / 1,000,000 = m3 (CBM) (cubic)
c) If 1m3 exceeds 500KG, the overweight billing method will be used.