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RESOURCES

UNIT CONVERSIONS

CHARGEABLE WEIGHT DETERMINATION PROCEDURE

1. Obtain your freight's dimensions in cubic meters.

2. Identify your freight's mass  in kilograms.

3. Covert your freights volume into chargeable weight by multiplying the volume in cubic meters by 166.67 kg/cb3

4. Your chargeable weight will be the greater of the actual weight or outputted chargeable.

 

MASS CONVERSIONS

1 KG = 2.2046 LBS

1 LB = 0.0454 KGS

VOLUME CONVERSIONS

1 FT3 = 0.0283 CB3 = 1728 IN3

1 CB3 = 35.3147 FT3

CHARGEABLE WEIGHT

1 CB3 = 166.67 KG

LCL FREIGHT CLASS CALCULATOR

Please complete the following fields in order to calculate the class of your LCL freight. Note that this calculator assumes your cargo is not out of gauge or within any other extraneous category.

1. Enter the weight in pounds 

2. Enter the length in inches

3. Enter the width in inches

4. Enter the height in inches

Density (lbs / cbf)

Your freight is class:

 

SHIPPING CONTAINER SPECS

As much money as we want you to save by using our services, unfortunately we probably won't be able to fit all 20 pallets of slate into one 20'GP container. If you're questioning the volume and weight limitations on the different container sizes, we've got you covered. Reference our table below to help determine what container your cargo would be most suitable for.

If you have any additional questions or concerns about space and weight, reach out to one of our experienced operators to help determine what container would be best for your movement.

 

TRACKING

Once you create a booking with us, it's easy for you to track your cargo. In addition to your agent updating you every step along your shipments way, you can use the buttons below in order to track your cargo with the steam ship or airline your cargo has been booked with.

Along with your booking confirmation, you will receive a booking confirmation number or airway bill number. Enter this number or your container numbers into the website's prompt and you will be able to see where your cargo is and when it is expected to arrive at it's destination.

For questions, concerns, or more detailed tracking, please feel free to reach out to our customer service at any time.

SEE COVERAGE

 

DOWNLOADS

Below is the link to download our FAK sailing schedule to Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne Australia and Auckland, New Zealand with freight originating from several CFS locations in the USA.

BLOGS

Below are the relevant download links for BMSB resources. Click the background to be directed to our blog.

BMSB

 

CONTACT INFORMATION AND COVERAGE

 

See the links below for our office coverage for airfreight, LCL, and FCL movements. Click the background to be directed to our office locations and contact page.

SAILING SCHEDULE

 
 
 

FREQUENTLY USED SHIPPING DOCUMENTS

EXPORT

SLI

SLI stands for Shippers Letter of Instructions.

This document is primarily used in routed export shipments where the freight forwarder is responsible for filing the Electronic Export Instructions (EEI) into the Automated Export System (AES) to receive and Internal Transaction Number (ITN). Having an ITN for your shipment is necessary for all exports and it is used for data analysis and customs clearance.

Click the link below to be directed to Pinpoint's Shipper's Letter of Instructions document. 

IMPORT

IFS (10+2)

COMING SOON

 

ICC INCOTERMS 2010

CLICK THE BELOW LINK TO DOWNLOAD OUR ICC INCOTERMS 2010 PDF.