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Weight in a container

Household Goods
From United Arab Emirates
To Afghanistan
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Kerim A.
Mar 24, 2021

Which weight should be declared in a container bill of lading?

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Jasmine G.
Mar 24, 2021

The weight that is shown in the bill of lading should be the Cargo Gross Weight which is also the same as the Container Net Weight. Cargo Gross Weight – is the weight of the raw cargo (example – Peppadews) + the weight of bottles or cans that it is packed in.. If the bottles and cans are further packed into cartons which are placed on a pallet, then the weight of the peppadews + bottles + cartons + pallets = Cargo Gross Weight. Container Net Weight – is the Cargo Gross Weight after it has been packed into a container – but excluding the tare weight of the container.

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