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The difference between shipping heavy cargo and light offloading

by:CNS     2021-04-05
The difference between shipping heavy cargo and light offloading: 2016-06-03 17:23:00 Shipping: heavy cargo refers to a single piece of cargo larger than 6 tons. In terms of air freight, if 1 cubic meter of cargo is more than 166.67 kg Even if the goods are heavy, the charging is based on the actual weight of the goods.  is calculated by 1/0.006. If 1 cubic of cargo is less than 166.67 kilograms, it is considered to be discarded, and the general ratio of light to heavy cargo is 1:1 if it is shipped by sea. That is, if a cube is larger than 1 ton, it is heavy cargo, and less than 1 ton is light cargo. However, for the inland United States, the weight is based on 1:363 kilograms, and 1 cubic meter exceeding 363 is heavy. Let's talk about the judgment of the light and heavy cargo of LCL. Many ports have different ratios, and they will also change due to different seasons (low season and peak season). There is a relatively simple identification method, cubic number * light cargo Sea freight-tonnage * sea freight for heavy cargo, if it is a positive number, then this is a bubble cargo, otherwise, if it is a negative number, the cargo is a heavy cargo. The seaborne LCL is based on the density of water 1000KGS/1CBM. The weight of the cargo is compared to the cubic number by ton. If it is greater than 1 is heavy cargo, and less than 1 is soaked cargo, but currently many voyages are limited in weight, so the ratio is adjusted to 1 ton/1.5CBM.
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