Calculate freight costs

No matter what you’re sending, we cost everything the same way.

We’ll measure both the actual (dead) and cubic weight, and the higher of the two will be what your charges are based on.

It sounds complicated, but it isn’t.

Here’s how it works in three easy steps:

Step 2: Make the conversion

Converting the cubic weight is as easy as multiplying 0.06m3 by our standard rate which is currently 167kg = 1m3.
From 13 October, this rate will become 200kg = 1m3 for all domestic shipments, international rates will remain the same.

Step 3: Compare the two

Dead weight = 30kg 

Cubic weight = 10.02kg (or 12kg, for domestic shipments as of 13 October)

As 30kg is the highest number, your total will be our rate in $AU x 30kg (plus surcharges). 

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