Removals & Pet Transport
A key factor to a successful move abroad is using a reputable removal and pet transport company
A good international removals and pet transport specialist will be able to guide you smoothly through the whole process and most importantly, ensure your possessions arrive safely and your pets travels are stress free. It is import your start planning your move early.
Moving overseas can be complex and daunting, so it is important to find a reliable international removals company. Generally, it is advisable to get contact an international removal specialist around 3 – 6 months before your planned move date. This gives the removals company time to visit your home, calculate the size of the container required and prepare a quotation.
If you don’t have a definite moving date, its not important, or a full address of where you are moving to, the removals company allow you to update later. Similarly, no need to panic if you don’t have much time, international removal specialists can also work within much smaller time frames.
When choosing your removal company, remember to check they have accreditation with at least one of these removals associations;
+ British Association of Removers (BAR)
+ FIDI Accredited International Mover (FAIM)
+ FIDI Global Alliance
We can provide you details of recommended international removals specialists for whichever country you decide upon. Simply complete the form opposite, with an outline of your requirements, including the origin country and the destination country.
Pet transport specialists are responsible for ensuring your pets have a stress-free journey and arrive safely. So it is important to find a reliable pet transport company. A good pet transport specialist will be able to guide you smoothly through the whole process and have an in-depth understanding of the logistics of transporting a pet to your new country.
A move overseas can be stressful for the whole family and especially for pets. Using a pet transport specialist will ensure your dog or cat has the best possible travel experience.
Before deciding to take your pet with you overseas, remember to consider the welfare of the pet. If your pet is very old, relocating could be really stressful for them. Also, sensitive pets may struggle with differences in the climate.
You’ll need a pet passport for your furry friend, which will require it to be micro-chipped and have a rabies vaccination at least 30 days before departure. Then you’ll need a fit-to-fly certificate from the vet as close as possible to the departure date. Your vet will issue the passport for your pet.
There are multitude of variables to consider when moving pets overseas, a pet transport specialist will simply take those concerns and hassles away – helping with the paperwork, flights, custom clearance and veterinary requirements.
When choosing a pet transport company, they should be a member of the Independent Pet & Animal Transport Association (IPATA) or have a similar recognised accreditation. Such organisations set out the standards and ethics they must follow when transporting animals, and generally involve some sort of monitoring of its members.
We can provide recommended pet transport specialists. Simply complete the contact form opposite, with details of your requirements.