10 cubic meters visualisation for van removals
You can see on the above picture the concrete example of 10 cubic meters. It is created using our Double Walled Box (19.6" x 19.6" x 19.6"). These cardboard boxes are cubes 50cm long at each axis. To make up a 10 cubic meter shape it takes 80 of them.
What that means is that ten cubic meters of volume are in this example a shape two meters wide, two meters tall and two and a half meters long. 353 cubic feet would be the imperial declaration of that measurement.
To fill in 10 cubic meters of volume you will need to acquire 80 of those Double Walled Box (508 x 508 x 508 millimeters)
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You can also visit VanOne International Movers website for a video 10 cubic meters visualisation.