We have made great connections and experiences when it comes to immigration, we help people ship their household belongings to all over the world to settle with their new environment. KGP co always uses the best packaging materials and trained personnel.

That's why ensuring that your home appliances are healthy is guaranteed. Contact us if you need to do specialized packaging for your home appliances relocating to Europe, Canada, Australia or USA.

For an international move, there are two ways to transport  household goods: by air and by sea. Choosing type of transportation may be determined by your moving budget, time you have, and what you're moving. If you have few things to move, it's more likely you can afford air transport, which also saves considerable time. On the other hand, a large move requires sea transport, which takes longer but can be less expensive.
International relocation by sea from Iran ports

If moving by sea, your household goods will be packed into containers that are usually loaded at your residence. The loaded containers are shipped by rail or truck to port of loading. Once your container arrived to port of destination, the container is unloaded and must pass through customs. KGP co will be able to help you with the customs forms in origin and destination.
how much space do you need in the shipping container?

Most household moves involve 20foot or 40foot containers. A large move may require multiple containers. Here are the basic specs on these two standard container sizes:

20foot container:

External dimensions: 6.10m long x 2.44m wide x 2.59m high.

Internal Dimensions: 5.898m long x 2.352m wide x 2.393m high.

 Usable Capacity: 32.6 m3

Typically moves one to two bedrooms or one car plus some boxes.

40foot Container:

External dimensions: 12.19m long x 2.44m wide x 2.59m high.

Internal Dimensions: 12.025m long x 2.352m wide x 2.393m high

Usable Capacity: 67.7m3

Typically moves three to five bedrooms or one car and two bedrooms.
International relocation by air from IKA airport

Moving household items by air is becoming popular, despite much higher price comparing to shipping by sea. This usually involves packing your items into  cardboard boxes.

You can get your items in few days on a plane, versus a few weeks or longer by sea. As for reliability, plane flights certainly can get delayed by weather and other problems, but these tend to be less of an issue than with sea freight.

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