Find the right international movers or relocation specialists to help with your move to Cambodia.
Unless you are a diplomat or NGO employee, your personal effects will be subject to duty (sometimes to a ridiculous degree). Because of this, many expats choose to move to Cambodia with nothing more than a couple of suitcases and start from scratch. But if you’re attached to your stuff, here are some movers who can help you import your personal possessions to Cambodia.
Asian Tigers is known through the region for their good service. They offer moving and storage as well as relocation and home-search services.
86 Street 160, Phnom Penh
Tel : 023 880 951
Cambodia Asian Tigers http://www.asiantigersgroup.com/location.html?office=ca
If you only want the finest (or someone else is paying for your move), go with Crown Relocations.This global relocation specialist offers the full package, from moving to relocation services, including house-hunting, school-finding, and culture lessons. Crown is the company that huge multinational firms use to transfer their employees–they’re pricey, but they’re good.
115-116 Street 335, Toul Kork, Phnom Penh
Tel: 023 881 004
JVK Naga Movers is an international moving company that began in Thailand and has offices all over Asia, including in Cambodia. Less expensive than the full-service movers, they are known for being able to deal adeptly with Cambodian bureaucracy.
JVK Naga Movers
27 Street 134, Phnom Penh
Tel: 023 724 746
Narita Logistics and Services executes moves in and out of the country as well as local moves. For international moves they work with FIDI Global Alliance, which has agents in more than 140 countries.
Narita Logistics and Services
21 Street 200, Phnom Penh
Tel: 023 210 013
Those on a budget have reported success with Intra Co., which offers more of a DIY service than the relocation companies but is also much, much cheaper.
2-3 Street 118, Phnom Penh
Tel: 023 428 596; 023 427 153; 023 217 095
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