Formula identify group and average weight

I need a formula to count the number of grouped packages then show the average weight.
The conditions for the package groups:
Where columns A, B, F, I J K L match, then count rows and average the rated weight (column G).
The result will be in column P.

The issues - the ranges will change each time, but the columns will always be the same.

Ultimately, this will be part of the VBA code.

Any help?
test.xlsx
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Rgonzo1971Commented:
HI,

pls try

=SUMIFS(H:H,A:A,A2,B:B,B2,F:F,F2,I:I,I2,J:J,J2,K:K,K2,L:L,L2)/COUNTIFS(A:A,A2,B:B,B2,F:F,F2,I:I,I2,J:J,J2,K:K,K2,L:L,L2)

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=AVERAGEIFS(H:H,A:A,A2,B:B,B2,F:F,F2,I:I,I2,J:J,J2,K:K,K2,L:L,L2)

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Saurabh Singh TeotiaCommented:
You can use this formula in row-2..

=SUMPRODUCT(($A$2:$A$170=A2)*($B$2:$B$170=B2)*($F$2:$F$170=F2)*($I$2:$I$170=I2)*($J$2:$J$170=J2)*($K$2:$K$170=K2)*($L$2:$L$170=L2)*($G$2:$G$170))/SUMPRODUCT(($A$2:$A$170=A2)*($B$2:$B$170=B2)*($F$2:$F$170=F2)*($I$2:$I$170=I2)*($J$2:$J$170=J2)*($K$2:$K$170=K2)*($L$2:$L$170=L2))

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Or simple...

=AVERAGEIFS($G$2:$G$170,$A$2:$A$170,A2,$B$2:$B$170,B2,$C$2:$C$170,C2,$F$2:$F$170,F2,$I$2:$I$170,I2,$J$2:$J$170,J2,$K$2:$K$170,K2,$L$2:$L$170,L2)

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Saurabh...
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Euro5Author Commented:
@Rgonzo1971 Something isn't working, for instance -
Bill_Recipient, 12/19/2014, 8691,  27 FORGE PKWY, FRANKLIN,       MA, 2038
the weight total is 135lb and there are 3 packages. Those 3 packages should result in
135/3 = 45, but I get the same weights as the rated weight in column G.
18.9
56.7
56.7
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Euro5Author Commented:
@Saurabh Singh Teotia Something isn't working, for instance -
Bill_Recipient, 12/19/2014, 8691,  27 FORGE PKWY, FRANKLIN,       MA, 2038
the weight total is 135lb and there are 3 packages. Those 3 packages should result in
135/3 = 45, but I get the same weights as the rated weight in column G.
18.9
56.7
56.7
0
Saurabh Singh TeotiaCommented:
Euro,

That is not matching because 27 FORGE PKWY   is not equal to 27 FORGE PARKWAY  so then your results are 58+58 /2 = which is 58 only...

I'm referring to row number-->10 to 12

Saurabh...
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Euro5Author Commented:
Sorry - my mistake!! This worked fine. Thank you !!!!
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