A new calculator lets you compare the cost of freight transport in the UK with other countries.
The UK freight transport system is one of the most complex in the world, with an estimated 6,000 different types of freight.
The calculations for this new calculator show the costs of shipping from the UK to the EU, and also for freight on the same route.
The calculation will take into account the costs for warehousing, insurance, and other logistics costs, as well as the price of freight and tax.
The calculator is available to download from the website here.
Cost of freight density (truck, passenger, freight) The UK has a high freight density.
This means that a container will cost less to ship to the UK than a container with more passengers.
The total freight density is therefore: truck passenger freight freight = 1/2 truck freight density + 1/4 freight density * 2 = 1.2truck freight rate, which is the cost to ship the container to the destination.
For example, a container of 10 troy ounces (about 10kg) would cost £9.50 to ship, with a freight rate of 4.25%.
This means the freight density for a container would be 1.26 troy/100kg = 1,500 troy (about 1.6kg).
The cost of a container is calculated by taking the freight rate and multiplying by the weight of the container.
For instance, if the freight cost for a single troy ounce (10kg) is £9,50, then the freight value of the troy would be £5,852.
This gives a freight density of 1,700 troy per 100kg.
For a 10 tonne container, the freight price for this container is £16.55 per tonne.
This would mean that a 20 tonne (5.6m) container would cost a total of £24,957.
If the container were a single truck, then its freight rate would be 8.50 troy, and the cost would be about £914.75.
The freight value for a freight container is therefore £17,907, or £943.65 per ton.
This shows that a single-truck container costs £23,091 per ton, or about £8.74 per ton in total.
It also shows that for a 10-troy tonne, the cost is £22,788 per ton or about $9.20 per ton for a 15 tonne cargo.
This is an average freight density calculated for a 1,000 ton container.
The cheapest container is the 25-tonne container costing £18,094 per ton (about $10.90 per ton).
This shows a freight price of £15,074 per troy.
The average freight value per ton of cargo is £28.16 per ton (£9.80 per ton) for a 100 tonne truck.
The cost for an individual container is not taken into account in the calculations, but is based on the freight volume.
For this reason, freight density estimates can be a bit volatile.
For more information about freight density in the EU see Eurostat’s data for 2014.
For the UK, the estimated freight cost per tonage (troy) for the UK as a whole is estimated at £15.50, or just over £7 per ton on average.
For comparison, the average freight price in the European Union is £17.50 per ton; the average price in Japan is £11.40 per ton ($11.84 per ton); and the average cost for shipping in the US is $12.00 per ton per ton – or about a £10.30 per ton cost.