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    If you are at the “maybe” phase then its time to start looking at how much does it cost to move overseas?

While I’m not in a position to give you all the relocation costs like selling and buying or renting a house, flight costs, health insurance, car hire, hotel bills, school fees, the list can go on, but I can advise you on International moving costs. Now may be you are lucky and your employer is taking care of everything, but for those that are not as fortunate, UPakWeShip now has its own international moving cost estimator which we call “Rate Mate“.  This old sailor dude is capable of giving you all the different moving costs from shipping a single moving carton to a 40 foot international shipping container and everything in between. Its available so far, on moving anywhere out of the USA to most destinations overseas. Seeing all the different service options and lump sum all inclusive international shipping prices on one page allows you to figure out what might be worth taking and what might make more financial sense to leave behind. Just click on the state you are moving from and the Country or city you are moving to and rate mate does the rest.

Take a look at our moving overseas calculator by clicking here. It costs nothing but could save you a lot.

  If you would like more information about calculating overseas moving costs and more general advice about everything to do with an international relocation have a look at my book. Its available free of charge and can be downloaded here. Its definitely worth a read before you start asking numerous companies for international moving quotes.

 

Tel 1 866 868 6386  Email: move@upakweship.com

Offices in USA, UK, Europe and Canada.

The Moving Doctor
The Moving Doctor

“The Moving Doctor”, Mark Nash has been in the moving business for over 33 years and currently sits on the board of the International Shippers Association and the Commercial Affairs committee at the International Association of Movers (IAM).

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