# How to Calculate CWT in Freight?

In freight shipping terms, CWT is an abbreviation that means 100 pounds in U.S. customary units. You can calculate CWT by taking the total weight of a freight supply and divide by 100 to find the CWT figure. In the United Kingdom, however, a CWT means 112 pounds, while a metric CWT means 50 kilograms.
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