International shipping is not as straight forward many factors to considered including customs regulations, the first step once you contact us, you will be appointed a personal move coordinator we offer free in house survey to understand your specific requirement, concern and questions you may have. We also compile the detail inventory of items to be shipped. You can request free in house survey or call 0800 781 9629 to speak with one of our specialise team today.
Shipping options to USA.
Full container load (FCL)
Sole use of container services is the more ideal option if you have enough to fill the container maybe 2 or 3 bedroom house or contents of a large office furniture. If you need a speedier arrival date or have enough cargo to fill a container can be brought to your premises for loading by our team.
Less than container Load (LCL)
If you do not have enough content to fill the entire container ,LCL option is suitable With our shared container service, you’ll only be charged for the actual volume of cargo that you ship because we understand that not everyone moving household goods to USA will need their own individual container
Unaccompanied baggage shipped to USA door to door delivery. Save money on Airline baggage fee.
Household Goods Shipping and Moving To USA
There are different options of moving to USA, whether you are moving household goods to USA or other types of cargo.
- We Offer:
- Door to door
- Door to port
- Packing and wrapping
- Customs clearance, paperwork and much more!
General Procedures for Importing Household and Personal Effects
When completing the Customs Form (CF) 6059B, “Customs Declaration,” for accompanying goods, or the CF 3299 “Declaration For Free Entry of Unaccompanied Articles,” the statement that the goods are “household effects” is not sufficient information. The complete inventory of imported goods will be treated as the packing list and must be provided to Customs upon request. The following is an example of an invoice description.
Furniture: Tables, chairs, sofas, bedroom, home/office and living room furniture, desks, lamps, mirrors, etc.
Kitchenware: Silverware, glassware, chinaware, pots, pans, utensils, electrical kitchen appliances, etc.
Household goods: Linens, towels, rugs, toiletries, cleaning products, decorative articles, art, framed pictures, toys, strollers, crafts, holiday decorations, fans, washers, dryers, VCRs, TVs, stereos, records, collectibles, etc.
Sport equipment: (NO FIREARMS). Bicycles, weights, stationary equipment, skis, skates, surfboards, etc.
Clothes: For women, men, boys, girls, and infants.
Books/Printed materials: Books, calendars, personal records, photo albums, etc.
Home/Office equipment/Tools of Trade: Computers (CPU, monitor, printer, software, etc.), filing cabinets, shredders, fax machines, telephone equipment, calculators, books, etc.
Other personal effects: Item(s) not covered by previous categories should be individually described.
The quantity on the invoice must, at minimum, provide the count in boxes, crates, or pieces. This information is required for the efficient completion of Customs document review and examination.
NOTE: To safeguard against the importation of dangerous pests, the U.S. Department of Agriculture prohibits solid wood packing materials from China unless they have been fumigated and have appropriate documentation.