Are you shipping office furniture or household goods to Belgium? Whether you need a 40-foot container, a 20-foot container, or have just a partial container load, we can assist with moving and shipping to Belgium from NYC. Alternatively, we provide shipping to Belgium from other states in the US.
Whatever special shipping requirements your move might entail, All Around Moving Services Company, Inc, is ready to handle all of your moving and shipping needs. Get the best international movers here! We coordinate with licensed freight forwarders, movers, and destination agents to provide you with complete moving, shipping, and storage services locally or in Belgium.
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International Movers to Belgium
We can provide you with the help you need to pack and load all your belongings and content using skilled and experienced international movers. Additionally, this includes the provision of boxes and packing materials and wood-crating services where needed.
We work with you to ensure you have a stress-free and safe move to Belgium from NYC. In fact, we carefully verify all necessary paperwork and inventory prior to loading and shipping of your possessions to Belgium. In fact, we can provide you with storage at either port here in the United States and/or in Belgium.
Your belongings will ship to Belgium from a New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, or Los Angeles California terminal. As always, we offer fast and efficient door-to-door services.
Plan ahead now! Therefore, fill out an International Moving and Shipping quote form. Tell us about your specific International Moving and Shipping needs today!
Let us help you with your transatlantic move today. Fill out a quote form, or call us at646.723.4084.
Planning to Ship or Move to Belgium
Moving to a new country is a daunting task, no matter how prepared you feel. There are so many things to think about, from finding a place to live to getting a job and making new friends. If you’re planning an international move to Belgium, here are a few things to keep in mind. First, research the cost of living in your new city and make sure you have enough money saved up. Second, learn as much as you can about the local culture and customs before you arrive.
This will help you avoid any uncomfortable pitfalls. Finally, be sure to hire reliable movers who can help you get settled into your new home quickly and safely. With a little preparation, your move to Belgium can be a success.
Frequently Asked Questions – Moving to Belgium
What are you able to ship to Belgium?
Anything from household goods, personal items, and office furniture can be shipped internationally to Belgium.
How much does international shipping cost to Belgium?
Overseas International shipping services have a variety of different costs to Belgium.
The price ranges from $2,000-7,000 and up when shipping to Belgium.
The shipping rates usually depend on how big or small the shipment is, what and how it’s being shipped. Where it is being shipped from and when it arrives, also determines the final cost.
Where can one ship to Belgium?
Shipments to Belgium can be arranged to be shipped from the New York 5 Boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens and Staten Island, New Jersey, Philadelphia in PA, Los Angeles, and Miami in Florida. Likewise, shipments could be shipped from other ports depending on the size..
What are the additional services offered when moving internationally to Belgium?
When moving to Belgium, services such as packing & wrapping of household goods are offered by movers when shipping internationally. Therefore, All “LTL” shipments are wood palletized and shrink wrapped.
In addition, movers make and provide a Household Goods Descriptive Inventory List for Customs purposes.
What can’t I ship internationally to Belgium?
A few items you can’t ship internationally to Belgium include: Pets, plants, Biological and Hazardous Materials, illegal narcotics, and Firearms. Some of these items may be allowed with the proper permit. Contact your embassy for more information.