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Rate Mate


UPakWeShip is very pleased to announce that its online rate comparison program called Rate Mate, is now live. If you are moving overseas from the USA to main International destinations, you can view all the options available to you on one page. Everything from shipping a carton to a 40 foot container and everything in between. Door to door, terminal to terminal, airfreight, sea freight, we have you covered.

The beauty of this one of a kind system is that you can compare all services and all prices. The Moving Doctor explains, “you might be thinking for example that 3 U Crate 100,s would work well for you and with the old way of filling out a quote form you would have asked for the rate on that. Now though seeing all the comparisons on one page, you might be able to see that for only an additional $500 for example you could have a 20 foot shipping container that has 3 times the space for all your things. Who wouldn’t like to see that they could ship 3 times as much stuff for only $500 more!  Or may be having looked at all the options, they realize that they can drive to Charleston SC  and drop off all their items and the money they are saving pays for a weekend’s stay in America’s favorite city!”

5 Great Reasons to use Rate Mate

No need to wait for a quote.

Now you can compare all services from a cardboard box to a 40 foot container online.

View on your phone, I Pad or PC.

Log in and view rates as often as you want.

With all these options, you can figure out the best way to save money for your International Relocation.

If you are looking for an International Mover, compare all our different rates and services by clicking on UPakWeShip’s Rate Mate.


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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