Dimensional weight, also called "dim" weight. Dimensional weight is used because the space a package takes on an aircraft may cost more than the package's actual weight. You should calculate dimensional weight on every shipment, compare that to its actual weight, and use the greater of the two to determine your shipping cost. International and domestic dimensional weights are calculated differently the formula below calculates International.
**For International Shipments**
*L x W x H (cubic inches) / 139 = Dimensional Weight.
Example: 30" x 24" x 22" = 15,840 / 139 = 114 lbs. (round up to the nearest pound)*

Weight: lbs. Dims: x x in. | |

Dimensional Weight (lbs) | 0 |

Actual Weight (lbs) | |

Kilograms (Kg) | 0 |

Cubic Inches (cu in) | 0 |

Cubic Feet (cu ft) | 0 |

Cubic Meters (cbm) | 0.0 |

Length + Girth (L+2W+2H) | 0 |