To calculate the standard storage charges for a pharmaceutical product in a warehouse, we typically need to consider the following factors:

**Volume of the Product**: This is calculated using the dimensions provided.**Weight of the Product**: Some warehouses charge based on weight, especially for heavy items.**Storage Rate**: This is the cost per unit of volume or weight per time period (e.g., per cubic meter per month or per kilogram per month).**Duration of Storage**: How long the product will be stored.

### Step 1: Calculate the Volume

The volume ( V ) can be calculated using the formula: [ V = \text{length} \times \text{width} \times \text{height} ]

Given:

- Length = 120 cm = 1.2 m
- Width = 110 cm = 1.1 m
- Height = 140 cm = 1.4 m

Calculating the volume: [ V = 1.2 , \text{m} \times 1.1 , \text{m} \times 1.4 , \text{m} = 1.848 , \text{m}^3 ]

### Step 2: Determine Storage Charges

Now, to determine the storage charges, I would need the following information:

- The storage rate (cost per cubic meter or per kilogram).
- The duration for which the product will be stored.

Could you please provide the storage rate and the duration of storage?