Re: Importing from China to UK
- From: "Wild One" <Wild One@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 13 Jan 2008 14:35:30 GMT
"Don Lancaster" <don@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Wild One wrote:
"Moose" <not@xxxxxxxx> wrote in messageThe result of the math calculation, of course, will be zero.
I know nothing about importing goods from China but I realise that it is
something that I need to get involved with and I was wondering if anybody
could recommend a type of "Idiots Guide" book or website that explains
Also, could someone please explain to me exactly what this all means-
There are 4 pieces in a cardboard outer box.
Gross weight is 12Kg per outer box
Net Weight is 12Kg per outer box
Size of the outer carton in centimetres
This is the Cubic metres (space) that each carton is.
558Pcs in a 20' FCL
A 20 ft container contains 558 pieces
1350Pcs in a 40' HQ
A 40ft container contains 1350 pieces
So if you know the price of each piece and how much your 20` (approx
33Cbm) and 40` (approx 67Cbm) container is to ship from China to the UK
its a simple manths calculation that gives you your price per piece
"landed" in the UK.
How exactly ?
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