Are you shipping office furniture or household goods to France? 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 France from NYC. Alternatively, we provide shipping to France from other states in the US.

Whatever special shipping requirements your move might entail, All Around Moving 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 France.

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International Movers to France

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 France from NYC. Above all, we carefully verify all necessary paperwork and inventory prior to loading and shipping of your possessions to France. In fact, we can provide you with storage at either port here in the United States and/or in France.

Your belongings will ship to France 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 at 646.723.4084.

Planning a Move or Ship to France

Making an international move is a big undertaking, and there are a lot of things to consider before making the move to France. One of the first things to think about is whether you will be using professional movers or if you will be doing it yourself. If you decide to use professional movers, research different companies and get quotes to find the best price.

You will also need to obtain the proper paperwork and visas in order to move to France. Once you have everything in order, start packing your belongings and get ready for your move to France.

Frequently Asked Questions – Moving to France

What are you able to ship to France?

For businesses or homes that need a 20’ or 40’ container when shipping internationally, movers should help you with all the logistical details of shipping furniture, household goods or even a car.

Where else can one ship from to France?

Shipments to Europe 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 can’t I ship internationally to France?

A few items you can’t ship internationally to France include: Living Species, Biological and Hazardous Materials, illegal narcotics, and Military-Grade Items and Materials. Some of these items may be allowed with the proper permit. Contact your embassy for more information.

How much does it cost to ship less than a container load to France?

Less than a container load means your shipment is smaller in volume. Therefore, if it needs to be placed on wooden pallets, movers consolidate it with other shipments.
The price of moving to France is estimated from $400-2,400 and more. The shipping rates usually depend on what and how it’s being shipped. Where it is being shipped from and when it arrives, also determine the final cost.

What items can be shipped internationally to France?

Anything from household goods, personal items, and office furniture can be shipped internationally to France.

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