Section 1:

Main Results

Dimension Unit | Volume | Density Unit | Density | Freight Class |
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Section 2: Total Freight Cost Calculation Details

Your Freight Cost calculation is based on the **(Weight)** You have entered in **(Section 1).**

It is a standard way of calculating or classification of Freight class or National Motor Freight Classification (NMFC) for (Less Than Container Load (LCL)).

On our website it is very easy to calculate the freight class, all you need to enter some numbers in specific textboxes, then it will be calculated automatically. Still, if you want to calculate by yourself, then follow the below steps. Step 1: Suppose Your Dimension unit is (cubic inches). Step 2: Suppose Your Density unit is (pound/cubic feet). Step 3: Convert Cubic Inches to Cubic Feet (1 Cubic Inch = 0.000578704 Cubic Feet). Step 4: Height * Width * Length ((50 * 25 * 10) * 0.000578704) = 7.2338 Volume in Cubic Feet Step 5: Now divide your weight by volume (20 / 7.2338 = 2.76 Density). Step 6: Now Compare (2.76) with the above Comparision Table to determine the Freight class. Step 7: 2.76 is equal to 300 Freight Class In the Above Calculation: 50 inches is the Height value 25 inches is the Width value 10 inches is the Length value 0.000578704 is a Converted value from (1 Cubic Inch to Cubic foot) 7.2338 is your pallet volume 2.76 is your density 300 is your shipment class