International Household Goods Transport

When you’re making an international move, working with a destination services company that you can trust makes all the difference. Packing and transporting the contents of your home is a big undertaking, and you need to know all of your belongings will make the journey safely. That’s why CORT partners with experienced moving companies that have track records for timeliness and quality customer service. Our partners will help you pack and move efficiently, giving you one less thing to worry about during your international move.

CORT and its partners offer:

  • Moving services throughout North America.
  • International move management services like freight forwarding.
  • Excellent tracking systems.
  • Rate negotiation for an optimal price.
  • High-quality short-term and long-term storage options for household goods.

CORT’s household goods transportation services are just one part of our extensive international destination services. With services that range from home finding to furniture rental to cultural orientation, we are dedicated to helping make your move as comfortable as possible. Contact CORT today and find out how we can assist you with your international move.

 Our CORT representative was very professional and knowledgeable about the whole process and made me feel she knew exactly what she was doing at all times. Especially when talking to the apartment management people, she asked the perfect questions and found out information for me that I would have never thought of asking, and all of this was done in a very professional and efficient way. I just wanted to let you know this because this experience has exceeded all my expectations and I ended up with a great apartment that I'm looking forward to relocate to and I don't think this would have been the case without CORT's assistance.   Chemicals, Houston, TX

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