## What are CBM logistics?

CBM (cubic meter /m3) is the volume of shipment for logistics. First, we need to measure the Width, Height and Length of carton which needs to be ship. Then we multiply the Width (meter) x Height (meter) x Length (meter) … Read More »

## How to calculate the fabric roll loading, any formula to calculate cbm (cubic meter)?

To calculate fabric roll loading we need to calculate volume of the fabric roll. We can consider fabric roll as cylinder and can use cylinder formula for fabric roll volume calculation. volume of fabric roll = Where is a constant … Read More »

## How to calculate CBM exactly?

Rectangular-shaped Cartons: Simply multiply the Width (meter) x Height (meter) x Length (meter) to get the cubic meter (m3) for carton. Cylindrical-shaped: Volume of Cylindrical-Shaped = pi * r2 * h In case of irregular shape please consider the largest … Read More »

## What is the exact full form of CBM?

CBM stands for “cubic meter” in shipping. The volume / measurement is calculated by multiplying Width (meter) x Height (meter) x Length (meter) for a carton. And if there are multiple cartons we just add the cubic meter of all … Read More »

## What is volumetric weight?

Some items with less density occupies more space than its actual weight. These types of items are charged according to the space they occupied. This volumetric or dimensional weight is calculated and compared with the actual weight of the shipment … Read More »

## How many CBM in a 40 feet container?

40 feet standard container loadable volume is approximately 63.48 cubic meter. Roughly a 40 feet container’s width and height are 8 feet and length is 40 feet. It dimensions can slightly vary as per the manufacturer. 40 feet container dimensions … Read More »

## CBM Calculator-Multiple Container

It’s more than 6 years we are running Free CBM Calculator successfully. CBM Calculator is available on Desktop and Web. Recently we had added a new feature in CBM Calculator that allows you to add products without specifying container. CBM … Read More »