How much is a cubic meter? Let’s start with visualising it. Imagine a box 1-meter width, 1-meter height and 1-meter depth. 1 meter is equal to 3.4 feet or about 40 inch.
5 cubic meters are made of 5 such boxes. That allows you to move up to250 kg. As a part-load option, you will likely share a van with other customers, making our service very cost-effective. In the real-world, 5 cubic meters will translate to roughly a quarter of a standard luton van.
10 cubic meters option is another part-load option, which means you will share the van with someone else. This volume can handle up to 500 kg - twice more in terms of size and weight in comparison to 5 cubic meters. 10 cubic meters take up half of a luton van capacity.
15 m3 can take up to 750 kg of weight. It’s a nearly full van. However, to make international removals more efficient and eco-friendly, we switch this service to be part load. If you are looking for the fastest option, we recommend the 20m3 option.
Important: While the maximum weight regulations at all other European Union countries are 1000kg per vehicle or 50kg per m³, in Austria/Switzerland/Norway maximum weight limit per vehicle is 800kg or 40kg per m³.