To figure out air freight dim weight for international freight: Length x width x height divided by 166. If the dim weight is greater than the actual weight that number will be used to figure out your cost of shipping.
To figure out the air freight dim weight: Length x width x height divided by 194. If the dim weight is greater than the actual weight that number will be used to figure out your cost of shipping.
Length x width x height and divide by 1728 to figure out cubic feet. Rule of 45 applies to heavy cargo. If length x width x height divided by 45 is greater than the cubic feet total that number will be used to calculate the ocean charge.
90 inches wide and 100 inches tall max dims to move in a container. Anything over those dims please reach out to us for a quote to move as break bulk (outside a shipping container).
Complete origin and destination addresses along with contact person and phone number. Zip codes are critical! Commodity – the more detail you can provide the better. The ocean tariff is very specific. Measurement of the shipment, length, width, and height in inches for each piece along with the weight. What is required at time of delivery? Curbside, lift-gate pallet jack, inside, unpacking, 2-man, etc. Value of freight if you need additional insurance, as per our standard terms and conditions we are only liable for $50 per shipment. Please make sure to ask for additional insurance if needed when you book [...]
Commercial invoices Export licenses Packing licenses Consignee EIN number Letters of credit if required Export License if required Please reach out to us if shipping international to make sure everything is in order prior to shipping.
Standard pricing: must be under 84 inches in all directions. If dimensions are greater, please reach out to us for oversized pricing. We can move items to Honolulu that are up to 115 inches tall depending on the other dims.