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Moving to Europe

Ship Your Personal Goods to Europe Stress-Free

Relocating to Europe can be stressful which is why we’re here. Whether you’re moving to Belgium, Greece, Sweden or anywhere else in Europe, our extensive network will transport your belongings efficiently and safely.

Viamar Scilla is a trusted Canadian company that has been helping families and individuals move their belongings to Europe for over 40 years. We know all the major ports, including (but not limited to) Rotterdam, Barcelona and London. Whether you’re moving for work or relocating with family, trust us to take care of your moving needs, from packing and loading to delivery.

Helping you move at all stages of life

Moving Back Home

Studying Abroad

Job Relocation

Military Relocation

Retirement Moving

Moving to Your Significant Other

Helping Clients Move to Any Part of Europe

Viamar Scilla provides international moving services for those looking for capable and cost-effective ways to transport your goods by ocean or air. We offer customized solutions for your unique requirements, with real-time support from logistics experts. Some popular ports we ship to include Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Dunkirk, Southampton, Marseille, Antwerp and Hamburg. Count on our experts to handle everything smoothly from beginning to end.

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How We Ship

Viamar Scilla follows a simple and streamlined process to ship personal items and household goods to popular European ports. We start by getting your destination details followed by necessary documentation. Your goods are then loaded and shipped. With our services, you don’t need to worry about hidden costs as all prices are pre-determined.

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Ocean Freight Shipping

Our dependable ocean freight shipping includes picking up the material, warehousing, packing, loading, shipping, customs clearance and delivery.

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Less than Container Load (LCL)

LCL works best for shipments that don't need to reach their destination right away. Sharing a container means sharing costs with other senders.

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Consolidated/Shared Container Load

Consolidated shipping is an economical way to ship your goods but you don't have to combine your goods with others’.

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Full Container Load (FCL)

FCL service is best when you want to ship valuable goods, like luxury vehicles, in the safest manner possible.

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Air Freight

Air freight services work best with small packages you want to sent affordably and quickly.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. How much does an international move cost?

This depends on the cubic feet of goods that need to be transported and the method chosen.

Contrary to popular belief, the prices for international shipping are calculated based on the cubic feet of goods, not how much it weighs. The cost also varies depending on the method of shipping chosen along with additional services like customs clearance and door-to-door delivery.

Q2. When should I have my belongings packed?

Ideally, your belongings should be packed 2 days before your scheduled departure date.

Unforeseen circumstances like elevator breakdowns or inclement weather may result in the move taking longer than expected. As such, it’s a good idea to have your things packed and loaded at least two days before your date of departure.

Q3. When is the most ideal time to get quotes for my international move?

Get in touch with an international moving company at least six months before moving.

You should contact an international moving company at least six months prior to your move. This time is needed to receive an accurate quote. Additionally, you will need to have a surveyor visit your home to make an inventory list to offer appropriate rates. This helps you avoid additional costs once you’ve booked a mover.

Q4. Which items should I leave out of my personal goods shipment?

This depends on the customs regulations of your destination country.

Prohibited items vary by country. Your international moving company can help you throughout the customs process and offer information on which items you can or cannot include in your shipment.