Below they have a few suggestions on how to prepare for a move out of the country:
Develop a plan: Take time to determine what is essential for the relocation and assess what should ship. The amount of belongings being moved as well as the urgency will be considered by the moving company and then evaluated to determine the best and most affordable way to ship items to the new location: full container, air shipment, etc.
Paperwork and documentation:
Assess items: Remaining objective when evaluating what should be shipped expedites the process and streamlines efforts. When items to be shipped have been determined, a reputable moving crew will wrap and pack belongings into a container then determine the best method to relocate goods: air or ocean freight. The relocation company will ship goods, clear them through customs, deliver them to a new home and set up everything at the new destination.
More how to tips including an educational video can be found here at the Humboldt blog: http://www.youtube.com/
“International Moving can be a daunting ordeal filled with a vast array of factors ranging from packing, coordinating dates and managing other family details,” states James Sullivan, president of Humboldt Storage and Moving. “Taking ample time to plan and coordinate details can save a family much stress in the process.”
About Humboldt Storage and Moving:
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Moving is cited as one of the more stressful occasions in people’s lives and the entire Humboldt team goes to great lengths to ensure all customers feel at ease through the entire moving process. The team at Humboldt Storage and Moving are specialists in assisting with sensitive down-sizing for senior relocations, coordinating highly technical biotech/lab and hospital moves, fine art moving and storage, time-sensitive office moving (http://www.humboldt.com/