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It is a well-known fact that moving home is one of the most stressful things that we ever do in our lives. It is also a fact that everyone moves home on an average about once every seven years. So in a lifetime we go through that process several times. If you think about the last time you moved home you probably remember the stress, and if you are doing so again you are probably not looking forward to the process, even though you are looking forward to your new home once you get there. 
As one of the leading international shipping companies in the UK, Movers International runs regular services to France, Spain, and Portugal. We ship weekly to France and Spain, and roughly every other week to Portugal, so this is ideal for those who want a single item or even many items shipped to one of these countries, because they can be included on a regular run rather than requiring a whole van to themselves. This can save you quite a bit of money. 
At Movers international, we have been moving people to the Continent for over 30 years. In particular, we have been carrying out removal to Spain, removal to France, and removals to Portugal, so we have the experience that you need when moving home. 
Movers International is one of the leading removal companies to Spain from the UK, if not the leading one. We have been moving people to Spain for over 30 years and during that time we have built up a wealth of knowledge of all the different towns and villages, some of which are up in the hills and where access is difficult, or even impossible for a large removal van. 
At Movers International we are often asked about the cost of removals to Spain. This is partly because very many people when they retire decide to move to Spain – which in itself is no bad thing because it is a lovely country and much of it has a superb climate. 
At Movers International we undertake removals to France and house removals to Spain every week. Our friendly team of planners, packers, and movers has over 30 years of experience in moving to both countries, and we move so many people to Spain that we have opened two depots of our own there, in Malaga and Alicante. Our team members have all been trained through the British Association of Removers Training Services so are highly qualified to handle your belongings in a safe and secure manner so that everything arrives at the other end in the same condition as it left the UK. 
Moving overseas can be a scary business. You may be moving to somewhere like Spain or Portugal because you want to: you have been there many times on holiday and now you have retired and want to live in the sun. Or you may be moving to Trinidad because you have to, because your company is sending you there on an extended contract. 
Spain is a very popular destination for many British people who have holidayed there for years and decide to up sticks and move there when they retire. At Movers International we are well aware of this because we have been moving people to Spain for 30 years, and we do this so often that we have set up two depots in Spain, one in Malaga and the other in Alicante. We run a weekly service and we can cater for any size removal. If you need small removals to Spain we can add them on as a part load on the next trip. 
The team at Movers International is rated as the best in the business when it comes to removals to France. It may only be just across the channel, but we know the stress that moving can cause: in fact, moving house is known to be one of the most stressful things that we ever do. 
If you are going to be moving overseas, Movers International is the company you need. We can move you down the road, or we can move you to the other side of the world. We undertake a lot of removals to Europe – in particular Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, and Malta, all countries to which British citizens like to move to when they retire, often for the better weather. Let’s be honest: the last few winters in the UK have been pretty dreadful, so the thought of sitting in the sun having a picnic or playing a round or two of golf in January and February can be very appealing. 
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