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.
Movega Removals does not experience any delays, due to Covid-19 restrictions. Furthermore all our agents would be notifying customers in case circumstances changes. Movega Removals is one of the few companies that still continues to support its customers through the tough pandemic times, and does everything needed to ensure problem free relocation experience.Ok