International Relocation

When you’re relocated overseas for a job or you need international moving services or shipping services. Our moving company fully understands all that requires to relocate internationally. We are fully aware that you will probably need to rent a whole container or half of the container to relocate your items internationally. Born to move movers is able to handle that because our company is fully licensed and insured and our insurance goes above and beyond that covers your possessions up to $1 million and we want to make sure all your belongings will make it safe to your new country and then your International address. Born to move international movers been performing international moves since 2016 and we are delivering nothing but excellent moving service in the greater Boston area. Our moving company has all the moving equipment and necessary skills to make international moving and international relocation service as smooth as possible. You can leave all the challenges to us when relocating overseas.

How the international moving process works

First, you need to decide where you’re moving to. Then after that, we will figure out how we’re going to ship all your belongings to your new destination in the world. When you move in international shipping may take up to four months to arrive at the new location it also depends on the country and how often ships go in between both countries. Also, you need to decide how big the shipping container is going to get or if you’re going to rent half of the storage container. If you’re moving and you find ours or any furniture we will completely wrap everything up with a blanket and if it’s necessary we will create your items so they will make it completely safe to a new destination. We will also secure items inside the container so if something happens on the way to your new place it won’t be moved inside of the container.

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  • Affordable Rates
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How much does it cost to relocate internationally?

If you’re moving internationally, the cost depends on the size of the move. Please speak to our representative about the price. At the destination in the seaport, we will hire contractors to pick up the stuff and deliver it to your house unloaded it safely into your new home.

International Relocation

Boston international moving companies

If you’re trying to find an international moving company you have to consider all aspects of the moving process that needs to be done before international relocation from Boston. Please make research and find appropriate movers with appropriate licenses to do international moves. Once you do that make sure that the movers know what they are doing and they’ve done this before. We want to make sure that you have the highest level of protection during international relocation from Boston. No job too big or too small can deliver a single pallet of electronics or a five-bedroom house to a different continent. Our highest trained staff will be able to assist you during the relocation process. Contact our representative for a price

Our flat rates include all other charges:

  • Labor & Equipment
  • Floor Protection
  • Wrapped Furniture
  • Tolls
  • Taxes
  • No Additional Fees
  • Fuel Charge
  • Safe Delivery
  • Guaranteed Price

International Relocation Moving

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FAQ about moving from International Relocation

Our flat rate for moving from International Relocation includes all other charges. No hidden fees.

Yes, Born to Move Moving Company is fully licensed and Insured for moving from International Relocation

Customers responsible for truck parking in International or any parking tickets.

Unfortunately you can not be in the truck while we transport your items from International Relocation ,because of the certain department of transportation regulations.

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