International Removal Services in Liverpool
Established in 1884, we have been serving Liverpool and surrounding areas for over 125 years. Our head office in Huyton Business Park is ideally positioned to service Merseyside and the North West area of the UK.
John Mason International specialise in overseas removals from Liverpool. From start to finish, your move will be handled with care in a professional and efficient manner. Our highly trained and experienced move managers in Liverpool will ensure that your move goes smoothly and that you are constantly updated about your shipment throughout the entire moving process.
How do I get a quote for my international removal from Liverpool?
If you are planning an international removal from Liverpool, your first port of call is to obtain a quotation. For a guideline price, you can use our instant online quote tool on this site. For an accurate quotation, contact us to arrange a free home survey.
After your home survey is completed and you are happy with your quotation, we can make arrangements for moving day. We have many years of experience in international removals from Liverpool and your move will be handled by a competent and experienced crew highly trained in export packing.
We can also provide marine insurance for your move. You can take out a full cover policy or total loss only. There are also options to provide cover for mechanical derangement and pairs and sets. Your surveyor can discuss the various insurance options with you during your home survey or alternatively you can contact your Move Manager for more information.
International Removals and Shipping from Liverpool
Your items will be shipped from the Port of Liverpool to your destination. We can provide you with your container number and vessel name so that you can track your shipment online.
We can also provide storage prior to shipping or upon arrival at destination. If you do require storage, please contact us for more information or advise your surveyor during the pre-move survey.
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