# Storage Fees

Deliverr charges a storage fee for each SKU with units in inventory in Deliverr's fulfillment network.

To compute a SKU's storage fee, you need the following:

- Unit's length, width, and height
- Number of units of the SKU in inventory
- Month
- Time in inventory

Deliverr's storage fees depend on all these factors. Beginning March 1st, 2020, fees start at the following rates:

- From
**January through September**, the standard fee is**$0.72 / cubic foot / 30 days**. - From
**October through December**, the standard fee is**$2.40 / cubic foot / 30 days**.

# Long-Term Storage Fees

**Currently, Deliverr does not charge long-term storage fees for units in inventory for more than 365 days. Instead, such units continue to incur normal storage fees.**

When long-term storage fees are introduced, Deliverr will provide 30 days' notice before charging so you will have the opportunity to remove items that may be impacted by long-term storage fees.

## Future Fees

For units that are in inventory for more than 365 days, the future long-term storage fees will be as follows:

- The
**per cubic foot rate**is**$6.90 / cubic foot / 30 days**. - The
**per unit minimum**is**$0.15 / unit**.

# Fee Calculation

## Unit Volume

To calculate the unit volume for a SKU, take the length, width, and height (in inches) of a single unit of the SKU. Multiply **length** x **width** x **height** to get the volume in cubic inches. Convert this volume to cubic feet by dividing by **1728**.

Round this volume up to the nearest hundredth to get the value on which Deliverr computes the storage fee.

**Example**: We have a SKU with units of dimensions 20" x 16" x 8". The volume in inches is 20 * 16 * 8 = 2560 cubic inches. In cubic feet, this volume is 2560 / 1728 = ~1.48148 cubic feet. We round this value up to 1.49 cubic feet. This is the volume on which Deliverr will compute the storage fee.