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Question about international shipping cargo containers - July 3, 2011, 03:27 PM

Does anyone know who our how to go about getting one between 20'-40' for personal, household goods only?
Going overseas. Never done this before, hoping someone can chime in with knowledge, please!
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Man my mom has done it several times now. We used a company from Baltimore. They ship it out from Baltimore harbor. I'll ask her what the company's name was.


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yeah i was gonna suggest "pods" too. seems like a good concept. they drop it, you load it, they pick it up and deliver it.


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yeah i was gonna suggest "pods" too. seems like a good concept. they drop it, you load it, they pick it up and deliver it.

pods dont go overseas...

where are you shipping to?
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