The place that an object tangibly occupies within a certain area is called volume. Volume is a very important issue in transportation. When planning any transport organization, the volumes of the goods to be transported must be calculated depending on the capacity of the vehicle to transport the product or products. This calculation is necessary to prevent various accidents that may occur during transport. In cases where the correct volume calculation is not made, the product or products may be damaged. Of course, this is also an undesirable situation. So, how are cargo volumes calculated? Let's examine it together. Volume calculation requires different expressions for various subjects. To calculate the correct volume, it is necessary to know a few terms. For example, knowing the equivalent of the base word is necessary to know how many cubic meters an item will have. In order to determine the volumes of liquid substances, the liquid must be transferred to a container. These containers are usually barrels. The barrel is filled to the brim with liquid, then emptied and its volume is calculated. Because it is cost-free, sometimes mathematical calculations can be made. In order to make this calculation, the base area and height of the object whose volume is to be calculated must be known. Shapes of objects can affect calculations. Knowledge of geometric shapes makes it easier to calculate the volumes of objects correctly. Let's look at the calculations of rectangles, spheres, and boxes. The same formula is used for calculating the volumes of these objects. The base area and the height are multiplied. Regardless of whether it is a sphere or a square, the product of the base area and the height gives the volume of the object. For rectangles, the product of all corners is equal to volume. For spheres and parcels, the circle area and height should be multiplied.