**Disposition of Fractions**

**Fractional Cubic Meter (cbm)**

Each item on the bill of
lading shall be considered separately. On a single package of less than one (1)
cubic meter it shall be freighted as one (1) cubic meter. On a single package
in excess of one (1) cubic meter, the fraction shall be calculated up to three
digits after the decimal point. If the fraction of the fourth digit after the
decimal point is less than 5 it shall be dropped. If the fourth digit after the
decimal point is equal or greater than 5, it shall be taken to the next third
digit after the decimal point.

On each item on a bill of
lading consisting of two or more packages, actual fractions shall be used to
determine the total measurements of all packages. Where the
total results in a fraction, such fraction shall be calculated up to three digits
after the decimal point. If the fraction of the fourth digit after the
decimal point is less than 5 it shall be dropped. If the fourth digit after the
decimal point is equal or greater than 5, it shall be taken to the next third
digit after the decimal point.

All irregularly shaped
objects will be measured by multiplying the three dimensions and that the
measurement used for each dimension will be the outside measurement of that
dimension.

**B. Fractional
Centimeter (cm)**

All fractions less than
0.5 shall be dropped. All fractions equal or greater than 0.5 shall be taken to
the next full centimeter.

**C. Fractional
Kilogram (kgs)**

All fractions less than
0.5 shall be dropped. All fractions equal or greater than 0.5 shall be taken to
the next full kilogram.

(effective: 08/01/2003)