Which measurements should be filled in manually on the Container?

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Presenter: Sune Lohse, Chief Strategy Officer

Besides calculating the information on measurements and value, you can also add them manually so you can add the number of colli manually like this, you can of course add the container size and cubic meters manually, but you can also change the net weight and gross weight, measured weight if possible.

So the total measured weight could be like the total gross weight if you’re actually measuring it, it might be whatever kilo or ton or whatever you’re working in.

And of course the actual amount of packages, maybe we are bundling some of them together in list packages and you can add that and you can also add the volume if by any chance you can measure the volume.

If you zoom the page, so for instance now, let’s just change the gross weight as well. So if we’re actually measuring it somehow, we will just add 1,400 here.

And actually, the calculating of information is still in here. So if you’re assuming the container line, for instance, searching for weight, you can see here that we store both the handle weight and the order total weight. So the order total weights and likewise order total packages and volume are calculated and then you can manually add on top of that and save all information.