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European removals from North Manchester
If you’re thinking about moving to Europe, Britannia Anchor can help. We have been assisting our customers in moving abroad for several years and currently undertake European removals weekly.
Moving to Europe from Manchester
The team at Britannia Anchor can help you move to Europe, whether you’re heading across the Channel to France, or retiring to the south of Italy. We help hundreds of customers from Manchester move all the time, so however complex your European removal is, we can easily assist.
Our tailor-made service involves conducting a pre-move survey with you, which will allow us to assess any difficulties with access at your property. work out whether you need any assistance with packing and also establish what your budget and time constraints are. This means we can create a plan for your move, so that everything runs smoothly and the stress of moving day is minimal.
European removals with Britannia Anchor
As members of Britannia Movers International, we can work with our partners across Europe to ensure that you get your items when you need them and delivered in the most efficient way possible. We offer a range of additional European removal services as well, to ensure we can cater to your every need.
We offer storage options for both the short-term and the long-term. If you need to keep your items safe and secure while you’re in Europe, speak to us to find out how we can help. We also offer packing materials and even a packing team, so if you’re too busy to pack everything up yourself, let us know and we’ll do it for you. We also offer insurance, so if you want that additional peace of mind, we’ll arrange coverage for your items.
For more information on any of our European removal services, please don’t hesitate to contact us. You can use the Quick Quote box to get an initial idea of pricing or you can email us email@example.com. If you prefer, please pick up the phone and call 01614 523533, where one of our team will be waiting to discuss moving to Europe from Manchester.