Move Express is licensed as Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC) by Federal Maritime Commission (No.025846N)

Our company specializes in overseas shipments of all types of vehicles, from motorcycles and cars to trailers, boats, and other cargo. We ship to almost all foreign destinations.

We work closely with our clients to make sure that all their requirements are considered when arranging pickup and delivery and managing documentation. We ensure that our clients are aware of export and import requirements and help them navigate the complexity of the customs and various regulations which vary from country to country.

Pickup and Delivery

Pick up and delivery of vehicles or other cargo from inland locations including auctions to exit ports.

Customs Clearance

Export customs clearance of Titles / Ownerships with the US Customs.

Expert Loading

Expert loading of cars shipped in containers.

Bill of Lading

Issuing Bill of Lading for every vehicle or other cargo to be shipped.

Competitive Rates

The most competitive rates for ground and ocean shipping.

Overseas Agent

Reliable overseas agents in all major destination ports.

OUR SERVICES

Our comprehensive services include:

AUTO FREIGHT

Borderless Logistics

AIR FREIGHT

Booking our passage to the future.

OCEAN FREIGHT

Shipments delivered on time with no hassle

TRANSLOADING

Special handling. Extra service

WAREHOUSING

Safety, quality, professionalism

CUSTOMS BROKERAGE

Possibility in every direction


OUR PARTNERS

 
 

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