NY International Shipping

111 John Street Suite 610, New York, New York 10038 USA

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About NY International Shipping

111 John Street Suite 610
New York, New York

NY International Shipping, a family-owned overseas moving company licensed by the Federal Maritime Commission as a Non-Vessel Operating Common Carriers (NVOCC), provides professional, attentive international relocation services to clients worldwide relocating to destinations all over the globe.

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Sarah Reynolds


please do NOT

Last year I hired NY shipping to move me from New York to Dublin Ireland. I was warned against this company by another mover, advice I ignored much to my regret. So sloppy, so unprofessional. They LOST an 18th century Georgian sideboard. Lost it. Gone. How? I have no idea. It left my house but never made it to the docks of Dublin. Two white slipcovered sofas TRASHED. Ripped beyond repair. Their response? "That's why you have insurance.". The owner promised he would follow up and search for my sideboard himself but, of course, I've never heard from him. Please please please do NOT use this company. You will regret it just like I did.

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