For Italy, Vatican and San Marino, the shipment of our products is done with express courier and the appropriate packs and are specially created for fragile objects. Shipping costs have an initial cost of € 15.00 when they contain only one item.
For countries in the European Union, shipping costs vary according to the product and have a minimum charge of € 30 for each type of chandelier, lamps, wall lights, ceiling lights and any other product on the site www.lampadaribesanza .com. The maximum cost still does not exceed € 90, subject to exceptional cases of shipments of packages with the excessively large over the standard measurements provided by the various carriers.
For United States of America, the shipping charges vary from a minimum of € 180 for each type of chandelier, lamps, wall lights, ceiling lights and any other product on the site www.lampadaraibesanza.com. The maximum cost still does not exceed € 380 subject to exceptional cases of shipments of packages with the excessively large over the standard measurements provided by the various carriers.
Outside Europe / USA: Shipping charges for shipments to countries outside the European Union may vary depending on the article and the country and must be calculated from time to time. For this reason customers cannot buy directly from the site in these countries.
To place an order from a country outside the European Union please contact us to request a quote.
All products will be shipped with the original packaging of the producer
Shipping and Delivery Time
The preparation time of delivery vary by product and may be a minimum of 3 (three) days to a maximum of ten (10) days. Delivery times are subject to the times of the couriers, which Besanza Chandeliers does not assume any responsibility.
Calculating the cost of shipping
Weight is one of the main factors that determine the final cost of the expedition.
But also the volume occupied is important. In the field of road transport is taken as the reference standard volume weight ratio 1: 300. That is, it is assumed that a cubic meter of commodity weights 300 kg. In the air transport sector the ratio considered is 1: 200.
Shipping rates are calculated based on the total weight or actual weight of the total volume (also called taxable) of all the packages that are part of an expedition.
What is the volumetric weight or taxable
The volumetric weight (or taxable) is obtained by multiplying the volume of the package (obtainable in turn by multiplying width x length x height) with the weight ratio of the expected volume contract.
For example, consider a package that weighs 15 kg and measure cm. 50 x 30 x 60.
Multiplying 0:50 x 0:30 x 0.60 we get 0.09 (volume of the neck).
Multiplying the volume 0:09 x 300 (weight / volume considered) we get the billable weight of 27 kg.
(source Corriere BRT)