Moving in general can be a highly stressful process, but moving abroad is even more so. So much so, that the process of moving alone can put people off of relocating to their dream destinations completely. Little do they know, however, that moving abroad doesn’t need to be stressful, expensive, or even a slow process. Whether Next Day Delivery is the best choice for you, or you simply want your items shipped efficiently with minimal fuss, there is likely to be a solution out there for you. Here, we explore five ways you can send your belongings abroad when you move in good time.

Next Day Delivery

Next day delivery is quite possibly the fastest way to get your belongings to your new location, second only to same day delivery – a service which isn’t always quite as accessible as demand may require. Next day, however, is more often than not just as good and can even give you more time to organise yourself too. It’s important to take into account where you’re moving to, the budget you can afford, and how the items are going to get to their destination. For example, air freight might get your items to their destination faster, but there may be less of a weight limit by road. By road, however, you may only be able to find next day delivery to nearby countries.

Express Delivery

Express delivery isn’t unlike next day in that the whole aim of this delivery is that your belongings arrive at their location in good time – usually also next day. Depending on the size of your shipment, different services will benefit you more, so it’s worth researching couriers and freighting companies to see what they can offer you at a budget that you can afford.

Freight Types

When you come to send your belongings, it’s possible that you’ll be offered a range of services that all have different ways of getting your goods to where they need to be. Of course, this depends on the company that you’re shipping with, the services that they have available, and just where you need your belongings to go. Here are the three main shipping methods:

Air Freight

Air freight, as the name suggests, is the method of sending your belongings by air. Your freight forwarder should provide assistance with customs, any duties you have to pay, taxes, and all of the paperwork you’ll need. Air freight is perfect for the fast shipping of your belongings to countries like America, South Korea, Japan and even Singapore or Canada, especially when the location is further inland.

Sea Freight

Sea Freight is slower than air, but it’s also likely to be cheaper. The choice you make regarding which service you choose will ultimately depend on the speed and cost that suits you the most, but it’s not impossible for sea freight to be a speedy process too. With thousands of ports all over the world, this is one of the most accessible options when it comes to shipping your goods.

Road Freight

Road freight is potentially the slowest of the options for shipping your cargo, but is can also be fairly cost effective. You’re likely to have better tracking potential, you’ll know that your goods may only pass through one or two pairs of hands before they reach you, and in some cases you might even find that more can be shipped with road freight than with air or ship cargos.

Whatever shipping method you choose, there is likely to be a freight forwarder out there that are able to offer fast service, and efficient processes. A good freight forwarder will help you every step of the way, so it’s worth shopping around to see what services you can get with reputable freight forwarders at a cost that you can afford.

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    Damien Troy