While USP Relocations (Thailand) predominantly specializes in international moves, we can of course accommodate ANY domestic move within the Kingdom of Thailand.
So, you’re thinking of moving to a different province within the Kingdom of Thailand. Maybe it’s for a new job or just a change of environment. Are you moving from Bangkok to Phuket or Phuket to Pattaya?
Have you considered all of the planning and steps you would need to take in ensuring that all your house hold goods arrive at your new home unscathed? We assume you have, otherwise you wouldn’t be searching for a moving company like us and you wouldn’t be reading this now. We have no doubt that someone such as you could do it all by yourself, but a helping hand by a team of seasoned experts with all of the tools, know-how and wherewithal would make life much easier wouldn’t it?
We have no doubt that someone such as you could do it all by yourself, but a helping hand by a team of seasoned experts with all of the tools, know-how and wherewithal would make life much easier wouldn’t it? That is exactly what USP Relocations (Thailand) is here for. With our top tier packing services, a well-maintained fleet of vehicles, and a fully trained moving team at your side, we will go above and beyond to ensure that your move is nothing less than pleasant.
Bangkok has always been known for being extremely busy and condensed. Trying to move everything yourself from one home to another could be quite the travail.Our team of experts at our Bangkok branch know the city in and out, and have faced any and all obstacles she has to offer.
Imagine, trying to move a 6-seater teak wood dining table up 35 floors because there isn’t a service elevator available. Well, we have done that and more!
There isn’t a move too big or too small that we can’t do.
Phuket is a fruitful city with a whole lot to offer, and though Phuket is no Bangkok, it does still possess many unforeseeable obstacles when it comes to moving.
With extremely sharp hairpin turns in the island hills, and long queues for taking a Ferry to one of the many islands, it would behoove you to rely on the experts whom specialize in mitigating any and all issues that could arise. Our mother office in Phuket will nurture you and your move with unconditional love and care.
Not quite as large as Bangkok or Phuket, Pattaya is a beloved beach town that is only a couple hours’ drive from the capitol city. Don’t let her small size fool you though. Pattaya posses both the busy city feel of Bangkok mixed with windy and steep roads of Phuket.
There is no doubt that moving domestically is not only much less complicated, it is also a lot more affordable. The obvious reasons for this, just to name a few, are no shipping fees (Sea or Air), no destination fees, and no import duties and taxes to deal with.
One of the less obvious reasons which is rarely known to clients, is the lower costs of domestic packing when compared to international.
International shipments for house hold goods are much more complex, due to the amount of time they are in transit and the continual change of weather conditions.
International packing is quite a bit more detailed and uses much more expensive materials.
These are just a few examples of how international shipments are packed. Domestic packing for Local or Inter-city moves is much simpler, as the amount of time from point A to B is much less and the weather conditions stay pretty much the same.
Some of your personal belongings will still be placed in boxes, but we normally utilize reusable storage bins when possible, since they are not only very strong but also much more cost effective and helps to reduce waste which contributes towards a greener environment.
Furniture and other large items will be wrapped with very thick and durable fabric. This fabric is also reusable and this again means less cost.
It’s an interesting fact, that domestic packing actually provides more protection but at a fraction of the cost when compared to international. Our lowered cost is then reflected in what you will pay as the customer. Isn’t that nice?