Lightweight bulky packages are "weighed" by their
dimensions in order to take size into account. Dimensional
weight, also called "dim" weight, is used because
the space a package takes on an aircraft may cost more than
the package's weight. You should calculate dimensional weight
on every shipment, compare that to its actual weight and use
the greater of those two to determine your shipping cost.
International and domestic weight are calculated differently.
Refer to formula.
Please use a commercial invoice. If one is not available,
please obtain one here.
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