Truckload are intended for shipments with an charging weight of 1,000 kg and upwards.
If the actual weight is less than 1000 kg the price will still be based on a charging weight of at least 1,000 kg.
Load size greater with a Volume greater than 3.85 cubic meter(m3), Load meter greater than 0.52 LMT or a Pallet space greater than 1.29 PPL will give a Charging weight that is greater than 1000 kg and therefore also a greater shipment cost.
Goods longer than 3 meter counts as Long goods and is calculated with higher prices. To be able to calculate the correct price we therefor need you to enter the dimensions through the Package & Groupage form for each goods if your shipment includes any long goods at all.
Volume (m³) : Cubic meter is used mainly when the goods are stackable.
Calculated 1 m³ = L x W x H Example: A EUR pallet 1.2 x 0.8 x 1.0 m = 0.96 m³
Loading meters (m): Loading meters is mainly used when the goods are not stackable and correspond to the place the goods take on the truck's flak.
Calculated 1 flm = L x W / 2,4 m. Example: En EUR pall 1,2 x 0,8 / 2,4 = 0,4 flm
Pallet Spaces (ppl): A full pallet takes 1 ppl and a half pallet takes 0.5 ppl
Example: If the load contains 2 pieces of full pallets and 3 pieces of halv pallets then you must input 3.5 ppl.
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