Combined length and girth is the alculation basis for the carriage by road. The combined length and girth serves as a dimensional reference for cargo loads and is measured on the basis of the parcel´s circumference in cm. If a parcel exceeds the limits specified by DHL/FedEx, the shipping will be effected on the basis of the respectively applicable rate class. These maximum lengths differ from country to country, however, as a rule of thumb, they must not exceed a value of approx. 360cm (DHL) or 762cm (FedEx) and are absolutely sufficient for standard carriage.
What means combined length and girth?
by Andras | Aug 8, 2015 |