Cost of Movers Canada to Europe

Cost of Moving Companies Canada to Europe

International Moving

 

Most shipping to Europe from Canada happens by way of shipping container. For household goods, you can choose between a full container (FCL) or a half container (LCL). In terms of space, a full container is roughly 12 meters long and should be sufficient to pack  a 2-bdrm home.

The cost to ship from Canada to Europe depends on where you are going. Shipping a full container to Italy, for example, will cost between $8,800 – $11,900, which is similar to the cost for moving to the Netherlands. Moving to the U.K., France, or Norway? You can expect to pay between $9,000-$12,500.

The journey across the Atlantic will take between 3-6 weeks, a timeframe that is dependent on many external factors such as weather conditions, container availability, geopolitics, and more. That said, with a journey that long, you will certainly want to use extra care when packing your items for shipment.

International shipping is very different from a move across town. Each box must be carefully packed and inventoried in what may feel like excruciating detail. Serial numbers and purchase receipts can be very helpful with getting you through customs hassle-free, but the upfront work that goes into that is daunting.

What about Taxes and Customs Duty?

For the most part, your household goods can be imported to Europe without a need for customs duty or taxes, as long as you meet the basic requirements. These countries are going to want the items you bring with you to be items that you have owned and used personally in Canada for at least a year prior to your move. Most countries have restrictions on the import of goods such as firearms, alcohol, tobacco, and other sensitive items, so check with your local embassy for guidance.

What can I bring?

Aside from restricted items such as those referenced above, you are welcome to bring your household goods and personal items to Europe when you move. However, you may wish to reconsider bringing any of your electronics with you. Canadian power outlets are different in design and voltage, so even if you could plug your hairdryer into a European outlet, the difference in voltage could start a fire. This goes for all electronics, so you’ll want to plan ahead if you intend to charge your phone or any other personal electronics while you are in Europe.

What about my vehicle?

Vehicle imports from North America can be especially challenging. It’s not because it’s hard to put these vehicles in a container and ship them – that part’s pretty easy. North American vehicles are built to different technical standards. They are manufactured to be driven on the right-hand side of the roadway, when in Europe cars are driven on the left-hand side of the roadway.

It can be pretty tempting to try to import your vehicle from Canada. In North America, cars are viewed differently, and people purchase them for their size, power, and utility. The truth is, in Europe, you would really never see a full-size SUV like the Ford Expedition or Chevy Tahoe. Europeans prefer vehicles with better fuel economy and a smaller footprint, making them a better fit for Europe’s narrow roads and crowded cities.

In addition, vehicles imported to Europe from North America must undergo extensive technical modifications to make them roadworthy. Homologation, as it is called, is the process by which vehicles are made to comply with European vehicle standards. The results, while effective, can be unsightly at best.

Three Men and a Truck

Moving internationally can be a long, stressful process but it doesn’t have to be. Working with Three Men and a Truck will afford you great peace of mind. Whether you need help with the packing or the logistics, our team of shipping experts has the experience and connections you need. If you’d like to learn more about how we can help with your international move, contact us today for your free shipping quote.

 

Moves From Canada to Europe: Our Top Routes

We can help you move to many popular cities in Europe. Here are some popular routes for people relocating from Canada to Europe.

 

Canada to Istanbul


Toronto to Istanbul
Vancouver to Istanbul
Montreal to Istanbul
Calgary to Istanbul
Edmonton to Istanbul
Ottawa to Istanbul
Winnipeg to Istanbul
Quebec City to Istanbul
Hamilton to Istanbul
Kitchener to Istanbul
London to Istanbul
Victoria to Istanbul
Halifax to Istanbul
Oshawa to Istanbul
Windsor to Istanbul
Saskatoon to Istanbul
St. Catharines to Istanbul
Regina to Istanbul
St. John’s to Istanbul
Kelowna to Istanbul

Canada to London


Toronto to London
Vancouver to London
Montreal to London
Calgary to London
Edmonton to London
Ottawa to London
Winnipeg to London
Quebec City to London
Hamilton to London
Kitchener to London
London to London
Victoria to London
Halifax to London
Oshawa to London
Windsor to London
Saskatoon to London
St. Catharines to London
Regina to London
St. John’s to London
Kelowna to London

Canada to Paris


Toronto to Paris
Vancouver to Paris
Montreal to Paris
Calgary to Paris
Edmonton to Paris
Ottawa to Paris
Winnipeg to Paris
Quebec City to Paris
Hamilton to Paris
Kitchener to Paris
London to Paris
Victoria to Paris
Halifax to Paris
Oshawa to Paris
Windsor to Paris
Saskatoon to Paris
St. Catharines to Paris
Regina to Paris
St. John’s to Paris
Kelowna to Paris

Canada to Berlin


Toronto to Berlin
Vancouver to Berlin
Montreal to Berlin
Calgary to Berlin
Edmonton to Berlin
Ottawa to Berlin
Winnipeg to Berlin
Quebec City to Berlin
Hamilton to Berlin
Kitchener to Berlin
London to Berlin
Victoria to Berlin
Halifax to Berlin
Oshawa to Berlin
Windsor to Berlin
Saskatoon to Berlin
St. Catharines to Berlin
Regina to Berlin
St. John’s to Berlin
Kelowna to Berlin

Canada to Rome


Toronto to Rome
Vancouver to Rome
Montreal to Rome
Calgary to Rome
Edmonton to Rome
Ottawa to Rome
Winnipeg to Rome
Quebec City to Rome
Hamilton to Rome
Kitchener to Rome
London to Rome
Victoria to Rome
Halifax to Rome
Oshawa to Rome
Windsor to Rome
Saskatoon to Rome
St. Catharines to Rome
Regina to Rome
St. John’s to Rome
Kelowna to Rome

Canada to Madrid


Toronto to Madrid
Vancouver to Madrid
Montreal to Madrid
Calgary to Madrid
Edmonton to Madrid
Ottawa to Madrid
Winnipeg to Madrid
Quebec City to Madrid
Hamilton to Madrid
Kitchener to Madrid
London to Madrid
Victoria to Madrid
Halifax to Madrid
Oshawa to Madrid
Windsor to Madrid
Saskatoon to Madrid
St. Catharines to Madrid
Regina to Madrid
St. John’s to Madrid
Kelowna to Madrid

Canada to Barcelona


Toronto to Barcelona
Vancouver to Barcelona
Montreal to Barcelona
Calgary to Barcelona
Edmonton to Barcelona
Ottawa to Barcelona
Winnipeg to Barcelona
Quebec City to Barcelona
Hamilton to Barcelona
Kitchener to Barcelona
London to Barcelona
Victoria to Barcelona
Halifax to Barcelona
Oshawa to Barcelona
Windsor to Barcelona
Saskatoon to Barcelona
St. Catharines to Barcelona
Regina to Barcelona
St. John’s to Barcelona
Kelowna to Barcelona

Canada to Milan


Toronto to Milan
Vancouver to Milan
Montreal to Milan
Calgary to Milan
Edmonton to Milan
Ottawa to Milan
Winnipeg to Milan
Quebec City to Milan
Hamilton to Milan
Kitchener to Milan
London to Milan
Victoria to Milan
Halifax to Milan
Oshawa to Milan
Windsor to Milan
Saskatoon to Milan
St. Catharines to Milan
Regina to Milan
St. John’s to Milan
Kelowna to Milan

Canada to Budapest


Toronto to Budapest
Vancouver to Budapest
Montreal to Budapest
Calgary to Budapest
Edmonton to Budapest
Ottawa to Budapest
Winnipeg to Budapest
Quebec City to Budapest
Hamilton to Budapest
Kitchener to Budapest
London to Budapest
Victoria to Budapest
Halifax to Budapest
Oshawa to Budapest
Windsor to Budapest
Saskatoon to Budapest
St. Catharines to Budapest
Regina to Budapest
St. John’s to Budapest
Kelowna to Budapest

Canada to Warsaw


Toronto to Warsaw
Vancouver to Warsaw
Montreal to Warsaw
Calgary to Warsaw
Edmonton to Warsaw
Ottawa to Warsaw
Winnipeg to Warsaw
Quebec City to Warsaw
Hamilton to Warsaw
Kitchener to Warsaw
London to Warsaw
Victoria to Warsaw
Halifax to Warsaw
Oshawa to Warsaw
Windsor to Warsaw
Saskatoon to Warsaw
St. Catharines to Warsaw
Regina to Warsaw
St. John’s to Warsaw
Kelowna to Warsaw

Canada to Dublin


Toronto to Dublin
Vancouver to Dublin
Montreal to Dublin
Calgary to Dublin
Edmonton to Dublin
Ottawa to Dublin
Winnipeg to Dublin
Quebec City to Dublin
Hamilton to Dublin
Kitchener to Dublin
London to Dublin
Victoria to Dublin
Halifax to Dublin
Oshawa to Dublin
Windsor to Dublin
Saskatoon to Dublin
St. Catharines to Dublin
Regina to Dublin
St. John’s to Dublin
Kelowna to Dublin

Canada to Stockholm


Toronto to Stockholm
Vancouver to Stockholm
Montreal to Stockholm
Calgary to Stockholm
Edmonton to Stockholm
Ottawa to Stockholm
Winnipeg to Stockholm
Quebec City to Stockholm
Hamilton to Stockholm
Kitchener to Stockholm
London to Stockholm
Victoria to Stockholm
Halifax to Stockholm
Oshawa to Stockholm
Windsor to Stockholm
Saskatoon to Stockholm
St. Catharines to Stockholm
Regina to Stockholm
St. John’s to Stockholm
Kelowna to Stockholm

Written by Chris Townsend

Chris Townsend

Chris Townsend is a moving professional and relocation expert that has more than 10 years of experience in the moving industry. With a background that includes working in virtually every aspect of the company, he has distinguished himself as an integral part of our operations with expertise in all things related to moving.

If you have any questions about moving, our services, or anything else you think he may be able to help with, you can contact Chris by emailing him at Chris@threemenandatruck.net

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