# Incorrect Shipping cost calculation - Zoho commerce Shipping method

Hi, there seems to be some issue related to logic used in shipping cost used.
Consider the below case:

For an item of 100 grams, I expect it to be 75 rupees as that is what I have given in the condition. But it calculates 0.1x75 = 7.5 rupees which is completely wrong. It is calculating on a gram level instead of Kilogram level.
Even worse - if the item is 10 grams, the courier guy would still charge me 75 rupees, but the shipping calulator will show 75 paise. In real world, this is not the case.

This needs to be fixed. With this current issue, the customer would end up paying more or shipper would end up paying more. It is never accurate.

Possible solution: Round off to the nearest higher integer (roof) and calculate the shipping. So for any weight between 100 grams to 1000 grams, it should be treated as 1 kg. so it will be 75 rupees

If you think that it will not be applicable to all the customers, you can give a checkbox with the option 'Round off to nearest higher integer at checkout for calculating shipping cost'. This way, you can cater to people needing cost calculation at gram level (which i dont believe is the real world scenario)

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