23 September 2014
There are two choices available to us when moving house. We can either go for the man and his van or opt for the big reliable courier company. There are positives and negatives for both these options.
It's reassuring to have a friendly face appear at your front door who'll just get on with the job once they've got a cup of tea and a couple of biscuits inside them. However, doesn't it look like his van has seen better days?
On the other hand, you've got the big courier company who move tens of thousands of items worldwide in cargo containers, all day, every day. They're not as personable but they might be more dependable, right? However, isn't a big faceless corporation a lot more difficult to communicate with if anything were to happen to your shipment?
It's a tricky one but we think we have the answer that will hopefully make moving house relatively stress-free.
International freight shipping is a very complex business so we've tried our best to make the process of moving stuff from A to B as simple as possible. After all, you don't want to be bogged down with logistics when you've got so much else to plan for. So here's how it works: First of all pack your items to suit your requirements - hopefully using robust Seven Seas Worldwide boxes - then give us a call to arrange a date and time for collection. We'll send a driver to your home (either with a MoveCube® or without, depending on your specifications) to load up and take away for redelivery to your new address. It really is that simple. The next time you'll see your items will be safe and sound at your destination address.
If you're moving home in the near future, whether it's to the next town or halfway round the world, speak to Seven Seas Worldwide about our simple, effective and friendly solution to shipping overseas. Get a free quote for moving house today via our excellent freight calculator.