Moving to Poland

Moving to Poland from LA is going to be a culture shock. Aside from the thousands of miles, you have to take into account different languages, different working cultures, and so on. You’ll have to figure out your work situation, how you’re going to socialize people, and if you have kids, you’ll have to figure out the school system.

It’s tasks like these that make moving one of the three most stressful things you can do in life. Rather than worrying, you should find a moving company you can trust to get your belongings to your new home. Below, we’ll guide you through the process we enact each time we make an international move.

Getting Ready to Go

If you’re cleaning out your house and want to pack things up before your trip, don’t worry about all the boxes stacked in your house: we can store them at our Miami location before your international trip! We’ll store your items for free for up to 30 days!

And if you can’t figure out how to pack some of your items? Don’t sweat it! Our packing experts ensure everything is properly packed before it’s placed on the truck.

Freight Forwarding

Once your belongings are loaded onto the ship, we’ll then work with one of our partners at the International Association of Movers (IAM) to ensure your belongings are safely brought to your new home. At this point we become a “freight forwarder”. IAM is an internationally renowned moving association that can help transport your belongings to more than a hundred companies.

And you don’t have to be in the dark regarding where your belongings are. At every step during the process, you’ll receive SMS updates informing you about the progress of your belongings.

All you have to do is sit back, relax, and wait for your belongings to come to your new home!

Need a Moving Company in Los Angeles That Can Take Your Belongings to Poland?

For years, Aragon Movers has been helping people just like you get their belongings to a new home. If you want to get a free moving quote, call us at (818) 493-1147 or contact us online today!