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Introducing Move Connect

If I got a dollar for every time someone asked me for a 10 foot shipping container price I would be rich!

Unfortunately there is no such thing when moving overseas. Until now your choices have been to send it consolidated with other shippers things, but by the time your 10 foot load is handled in and out of trucks and warehouses it still works out expensive for a volume of about 500 cubic feet.

The other choice is to load it into a 20 foot container which is a very safe and fast way of shipping, but bottom line you are still paying for the 20 foot container even though you are only filling half of it!

UPakWeShip is now offering a solution to this problem. Enter your info on our Move Connect page so we know where you are moving from and too. We will then do our best to match you with someone else in your area also moving to the same country. We will put you in touch so you can discuss a mutually agreeable load and unload place. We will quote you a door to door price based on you both sharing the container. The savings on your international move will be huge! For example if a 20foot shipping container say New York to London is $3300.00 then we will split that cost in 2 and charge you both $1650 plus a handling fee.

This is the cheapest, most cost effective, brilliant way of shipping boxes and furniture from popular origins in the USA like Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Orlando, Miami, Atlanta and San Francisco to popular destinations like London, Frankfurt, Paris, Sydney, Auckland and Amsterdam.

Try it, this could be the best move (pun intended) you ever make to get your stuff back home at half the price of other movers.

Get Connected!

Click on Move Connect

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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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