Fine Art Shippers: A Bonded, Licensed & Insured Art Logistics Company
Since fine art and antiques are usually highly valuable and often very expensive items, it is incredibly important that you have full disclosure regarding the legal aspects of the art logistics company you choose. After all, like any other industry, art logistics has good service providers and poor service providers, and you should put in a little bit of effort to ensure to have found the right one. It is needless to say that you should work with only a bonded, licensed, and insured company such as Fine Art Shippers.
Fine Art Shippers is aimed at making sure your art and antiques get from point A to point B as safely and securely as possible, and in the same condition as you left your treasures in. We have all the skills, knowledge, experience, and resources to do our job right and provide our clients with the best art shipping experience they may expect from a professional art logistics company. What is no less important, we are licensed, bonded, and insured to ship fine art and antiques of any kind, and this one of the main reasons why working with Fine Art Shippers is a good decision.
We are a bonded, licensed & insured art logistics company
Fine Art Shippers is a fully insured, bonded, and licensed art logistics company, with the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) and Motor Carrier (MC) numbers, which allows us to transport fine art and antiques between all points in New York State, interstate, and internationally completely legally.
As for the art insurance, it is important to note that Fine Art Shippers can handle, pack, and ship items insured for amounts as high as $10 million. We are 100% sure that our insurance policy with Tokio Marine will fulfill even the most rigorous requirements of fine art museums and seasoned collectors.
Fine Art Shippers is your safe, secure, and reliable way to ship art and antiques nationally and internationally. Contact us today for more details or request an online free shipping quote right away!
Originally published at https://fineartshippers.com on November 27, 2020.