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Volumetric weight.

The volumetric weight of the shipment is a calculated value that reflects the density of cargo. Typically, a less dense item takes up more space than a denser item of the same weight. The volumetric weight is calculated and compared with the actual weight of a package.

The formula for calculating the volumetric weight for packages with dimensions in inches and kilograms:

Multiply the length by the width and height, and divide the total by 366.

The result, in kilograms, is the package’s volumetric weight.

Important! The additional charges for a given volumetric weight will depend on the country and type of delivery (air or sea).

Ukraine

Air 

If the volumetric weight exceeds the actual weight by 1.5 times or more, an additional charge applies. To calculate the additional charge: subtract the actual weight (kg) from the volumetric weight (kg), and multiply the difference by $2.5.

Sea 

If the volumetric weight exceeds the actual weight by 2 times or more, an additional charge applies. To calculate the additional charge: subtract the actual weight (kg) from the volumetric weight (kg), and multiply the difference by $1.