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Chargeable weight

This is a calculated value that reflects the density of the cargo. When the less dense object occupies more space in comparison with its natural weight, then different formulas of weight and volume correlation are used. For example, in airfreight chargeable weight of cargo is calculated by generally accepted throughout the world formula: length x width x height (in centimeters of one loading place) / 6000.
Cargo volume in cubic meters.
Calculated in order to calculate the estimated commercial occupancy of technical vehicle. To find this value, it is necessary to measure each loading place length x width x height (in meters).