Elite Export Cargo Services — A Strategic Partner of Fine Art Shippers
The shipping industry is a complex system comprised of companies, agencies, countries, individuals, and authorities. It is a network of alliances and relationships that enable to offer a diverse set of shipping options and a unique level of service. At Fine Art Shippers, we are proud to have a wide net of trustworthy partners worldwide, but we are especially proud of our close relationship with Elite Export Cargo Services, an international provider of premium quality freight services and our strategic partner in New York.
Fine Art Shippers & Elite Export Cargo Services
Shipping fine art overseas is a multistep process that has to be planned really well. In addition to art pick-up, packing, and crating, it implies loading/unloading, the transfer of the items to/from the seaport or airport, export/import permits and customs clearance, storage, transit insurance, and many more. Thanks to our partnership with Elite Export Cargo Services, one of the best full-service freight forwarders in New York, Fine Art Shippers has made the process of international shipping of art and antiques as easy and hassle-free as never before.
First of all, since we are an IATA accredited agent, we make all the bookings of sea and air freight directly, which allows us to offer the best possible rates for shipping services within the United States and worldwide. Secondly, we share the storage facility with Elite Export Cargo Services, where we also operate a crate shop. All of the wooden crates are built by our own team of experts, using the best quality materials and supplies. Finally, our strategic partnership with Elite Export Cargo Services means that the process of shipping fine art overseas is handled by true experts from start to finish, including such crucial steps as storage and transit insurance.
At Fine Art Shippers, we are happy to partner with Elite Export Cargo Services, and we highly recommend this reputable freight forwarder for any of your logistics and shipping needs in New York.
Originally published at https://fineartshippers.com on July 30, 2020.