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Wait One Minute - What Is It We Actually Do Again?

Good question. A lot of people don't know what we actually do, except for those who think we're the cod liver oil people. Let's get one thing straight - we're not the cod liver oil people. They're called 'Seven Seas'. We're called 'Seven Seas'. Okay? We hope that's cleared things up.

So what do we do exactly? We talk about travel and worldwide shipping and the like but when all is said and done, what is the task we get out of bed to perform each day?

Well, look at this way (although there are other ways of looking at it, but we'll look at those other ways later), you're packing for a holiday and find you're not going to manage everything. Perhaps you've packed one suitcase too many or there's something you absolutely have to take because the holiday requires it, such as a set of golf clubs or a surfboard. That's where we come in as one of the leading excess baggage companies in the world.

We'll send one of our drivers to your door to drop off free boxes and packing materials, you pack your belongings to your specifications, then our driver turns up again to collect the boxes and take them to your chosen destination. We can do this for every piece of luggage you have, of course. Imagine breezing through the airport with just hand luggage, safe in the knowledge every suitcase will be waiting for you at the other end. Sounds sweet, doesn't it?

Well, that's what we do.

Of course, there's more to it than that. Shipping people's stuff around the world is a complex business but we don't want to bore you with the details. We want to dazzle you with the exciting stuff. That's what this blog is for. If you want to get in touch with our international shipping team to see how they can help, give them a call today or get an instant online quote which is even simpler.


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Seven Seas Worldwide

Seven Seas Worldwide

Seven Seas Worldwide are world leaders in both nationwide and global moves, helping thousands of customers each year move or store their personal belongings, excess baggage and household items.