As the origin, shipping, and/or port agent for esteemed moving companies in Europe and globally, we expertly manage freight, transportation, customs brokerage, and full-service handling for diverse moves. Whether it’s ‘to port only’ or ‘door to door,’ we specialize in tailoring quotes for each move or individual requirement. From full container loads to part loads, airfreights, or even the transport of just two boxes from one place to another, GLOBAL Moving and Shipping BV is your ultimate move management partner, marking the beginning of the road to a successful relocation to any destination worldwide.


Our comprehensive services extend to almost every global destination. As proud members of IAM, PAIMI, and GEM, our extensive network spans the globe, fortified by years of experience and solid agreements with trusted partners and agents.

Wherever your destination may be, feel free to request quotes, information, or advice. Simply complete a quote request form or send us an email, and rest assured, we’ll respond promptly within 24 hours. Your seamless relocation journey starts here with GLOBAL Moving and Shipping BV.


The packing, loading, and/or shipping of certain items are strictly prohibited in removals goods shipments. These restricted items include drugs, weapons, explosives, dangerous goods (such as oil or paint), any type of batteries, any form of fuel, imitations, animals (or parts thereof) without proper CITES forms, counterfeit currency, new items, tobacco, and/or alcohol. Compliance with these restrictions is essential to ensure the safety, legality, and smooth handling of your shipment.

Explore customs information for numerous countries worldwide as a valuable guideline for your move preparation well in advance. Upon booking a move, if deemed necessary, we may share client contact details with a Destination Agent (DA) who will verify and assess the specific documents required for a smooth and hassle-free process.

    • FCL containers and LCL part loads

    Weekly departures are offered for both full containers and part loads to most destinations worldwide. Transit and sailing times are contingent upon the final destination, and any dates provided or confirmed are always estimates or expectations based on schedules at the time of booking. It’s important to note that shipping lines and freight agents retain the right to modify schedules or routes, which may result in delays or, conversely, a faster arrival than initially anticipated.

    • Groupage shipping

    Groupage loading and departures are contingent upon the availability of additional bookings and onboard space with the shipping lines. Under normal circumstances, a shipment is loaded and can depart within 3-5 weeks after arriving at our warehouse. The entire process, including pre-carriage, loading, shipping, and delivery, operates on a groupage basis, dependent on available volume, bookings, shipments, and transport. Therefore, it’s important to note that after arrival at the port of destination, there may be a few weeks before the shipment is delivered.

All shipments must be consistently and professionally packed and labeled. Each individual item and box should bear a label indicating the name, destination, and corresponding number, aligning with the accompanying inventory list in English (or the local language at the destination). In the case of LCL/part loads, all items must be securely packed or loaded in crates or on pallets. It is important that the contents are not easily discernible. It should be noted that for groupage shipments, deliveries at destinations are typically loose, without the crate or pallet it was shipped in/on.


The inventory or packing list must be clearly legible in English, preferably typed. Every package should be detailed on this list, specifying its contents and the corresponding number matching the label on the packaging. Without a correct packing list, we cannot accept a shipment for loading, as this is a prerequisite for export customs clearance.

  • Customs Power of Attorney
  • Packing list
  • Customs valuation/invoice example
  • Contact information sheet,
  • performance report,
  • bingosheet,
  • car condition report
  • LOI

If you are considering shipping an electric bicycle or E-bike as part of your household goods, it is essential to be aware of strict regulations. In the case of an E-bike with a removable battery, the battery must be packed separately, and the packaging must comply with the requirements for shipping hazardous goods. Additionally, approval and certification for dangerous goods shipping are required, along with an associated surcharge. This surcharge varies per shipping company and averages between USD 200 and USD 500.

However, if the battery is integrated into the frame and is not removable, it is crucial that we know this well in advance. This allows us to assess which shipping company may be willing to accept this type of shipment. While this does not guarantee acceptance, there are a few shipping companies that may agree, and we can investigate this on a case-by-case basis. In this scenario, a special form must also be completed, and a surcharge is applicable as mentioned earlier.

It is also important to note that for many destinations, an import permit is required for the loading and departure of vehicles with an electric or gasoline-powered engine, such as E-bikes, E-Scooters, hoverboards, and the like. Without this permit, there is a risk of significant delays and additional costs at the destination. The local government may hold the shipment entirely until the required permit is obtained. If the permit application is rejected, it may even lead to, for example, the return shipment, with all costs and risks borne by the customer.