# AFTER ARRIVAL FROM 5TH DAYS TO START CHARGES

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FRIST 5 DAYS FREE OF CHARGES, AFTER 5 DAYS WILL BE CHARGES AS BELOW:
ALSO I NEED GOODS ARRIVED AFTER FIVE DAYS WILL BE TO START THE BELOW
CALCULATION.

(FOR EX: 1800.000 KGS / 3.000 CBM X 8 = 75.00 (MIN 75.00)
3000.000 KGS / 12.000 CBM X 8= 96.00 (MIN 75.00)
16000.000 KGS / 4.800 CBM X 8 =128.00 (MIN 75.00) (which
is higher)

1 TO 5 DAYS 8 PER W/M 8.00
6 TO 10 DAYS 13 PER W/M 21.00
11 TO 15 DAYS 18 PER W/M 39.00
16 TO 20 DAYS 23 PER W/M 62.00
21 TO 25 DAYS 28 PER W/M 90.00
26 TO 30 DAYS 33 PER W/M 123.00
31 TO 35 DAYS 38 PER W/M 161.00
36 TO 40 DAYS 43 PER W/M 204.00
41 TO 45 DAYS 48 PER W/M 252.00
46 TO 50 DAYS 48 PER W/M 300.00
51 TO 55 DAYS 48 PER W/M 348.00
56 TO 60 DAYS 50 PER W/M 398.00
61 TO 65 DAYS 50 PER W/M 448.00
66 TO 70 DAYS 50 PER W/M 498.00
71 TO 75 DAYS 50 PER W/M 548.00
76 TO 80 DAYS 50 PER W/M 598.00
81 TO 85 DAYS 50 PER W/M 648.00
86 TO 90 DAYS 55 PER W/M 703.00
91 TO 95 DAYS 55 PER W/M 758.00
96 TO 100 DAYS 55 PER W/M 813.00
101 TO 105 DAYS 55 PER W/M 868.00
106 TO 110 DAYS 55 PER W/M 923.00
111 TO 115 DAYS 55 PER W/M 978.00
116 TO 120 DAYS 60 PER W/M 1038.00
121 TO 125 DAYS 60 PER W/M 1098.00
126 TO 130 DAYS 60 PER W/M 1158.00
131 TO 135 DAYS 60 PER W/M 1218.00
136 TO 140 DAYS 60 PER W/M 1278.00
141 TO 145 DAYS 60 PER W/M 1338.00
146 TO 150 DAYS 65 PER W/M 1403.00

R

#### Ron Coderre

It seems that your samples translate to:
1800 kilograms x 3 cubic meters x 8 (don't know what this is) = 75.

My math says: 1800/3*8=4800

How do the examples you posted relate to the table?
I don't see the word "days" anywhere in your example.

Your table doesn't define what "W", "M", or "W/M" are.
I'm guessing that your table is indicating that values from 6 to 10 are
charged 13 per each "W", with a minimum of 8. Is that correct?

Can you give an example that clearly uses the table?

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Regards,

Ron (XL2003, Win XP)
Microsoft MVP (Excel)

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Dear Ron,

i mean minimum amount is 75.00
1.000 cbm equal to 1000 kgs
if weight is higher than cbm, will calculate wiehgt charges
if cbm is higher tha weight, will calculate as cbm charges

Thanks & Best Regards

R

#### Ron Coderre

How do the examples you posted relate to the table?
I don't see the word "days" anywhere in your example.

Your table doesn't define what "W", "M", or "W/M" are.
I'm guessing that your table is indicating that values from 6 to 10 are
charged 13 per each "W", with a minimum of 8. Is that correct?

Can you give an example that clearly uses the table?

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Regards,

Ron (XL2003, Win XP)
Microsoft MVP (Excel)

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yes you are correct
W/M is weight & measurment, if wight is high, will charge weight
charges
or measurment (CBM) is high, will charge CBM

Regards