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Users can freely enter data. When optimize and generate loading plans, the system charges according to the number of lines of goods entered and the number of containers used.
A line of cargo data is charged at 2 points; a container is charged at 10 points. 1 point is equal to 1 USD.
When charging, the system will account one container for free, that is, there is no charge for one container
Accounting formula: Charging points = (number of containers used-1) * 10 + number of lines of goods entered * 2
Case study:
 Name Length (CM) Width (CM) Height (CM) Quantity A 50 80 20 350 B 70 55 32 230 C 45 40 35 150 D 60 22 38 88 E 70 55 32 98
For 5 lines of cargo data are entered, and finally 2 containers are used, and charging points are: (2-1)*10+5*2 = 20 points.
Users can freely enter data. When optimize and generate loading plans, the system charges according to the number of lines of goods entered and the total volume of goods.
Accounting formula: Charging points = total volume of goods (rounded up)*[(number of cargo lines/10) rounded up]*1
1 point is equal to 1 USD.
Case study:
 Name Length (CM) Width (CM) Height (CM) Quantity A 50 80 20 350 B 70 55 32 230 C 45 40 35 150 D 60 22 38 88 E 70 55 32 98
The number of cargo lines is 5 rows, and the total volume of the goods is 23.5 cubic meters,and charging points are: 24*1*1=24 points.

Accounting formula: [number of cargo lines*2+(number of containers-1)*10]+number of intermediate packaging*1
Case study:
20 lines of goods, 50 pallets and two containers are used to finish loading.
The charging points are: [20*2+(2-1)*10]+50=100 points