We can take care of all of your belongings, including cars, protect and pack items, load them onto the truck, ship them to your new home, and unload them when the time comes. As for the shipping method, that decision rest solely on you.
Whenever you move to another country, one of the most important factors to consider is how you will transport your belongings from one country to another. There are two main ways to transport your belongings when moving internationally – by sea or by air. Both have their own advantages and disadvantages, so it’s essential to weigh your options before making a decision.
Moving by sea is usually the most economical option, but it can take a long time – sometimes up to several weeks – for your belongings to arrive at your new home. Moving by air is generally more expensive, but it’s much faster – your belongings will usually arrive within a few days. Whichever option you choose, you can rest assured that we will complete the move flawlessly and do it with competitive rates. There is no question that by hiring us, you’ll get the best deal possible.
Full Container Load
Full Container Load (FCL) shipping is when your entire shipment is loaded into and sealed in a container. It is one of the most popular methods for shipping cargo to and from Canada. FCL allows you to ship a large volume of goods in a single container, which can be convenient for many. However, FCL may not be the best option if you only have a small amount of cargo to ship. In addition, it allows you to send the goods faster but can be more expensive than other shipping methods.
Less Container Load
Less Container Load (LCL) shipping is when your goods are consolidated with the goods of other shippers and loaded into a shared container. This is a less expensive option for smaller shipments, but it can be more challenging to track your goods – and there is always a greater risk of damage during transit. Still, LCL can be very cost-effective since this service is charged by the cubic meter – you will only pay for the space you use.