Vans volumes – what is 5, 10 and 15 m3 ?
Let’s start with visualisation of 1 cubic meter. You can think of a box 1 meter width, 1 meter height and 1 meter depth. 1 meter is equal to 3.3 feet or about 40 inch.
5 cubic meters will be made of 5 of such boxes. This will allow you to move up to 300 kg. It’s likely you will share van with other customer. This is always cheapest option – for example 5 cubic meters from London to Dortmund in North West Germany will cost only £319. For more details and prices click here.
When you double 5 m3 you’ll have 10 m3 – this volume can handle up to 600 kg. In this case your load will travel with other customers.
15 m3 can take up to 1200 kg of weight. In this case your load will be travelling in dedicated van.