Seven Seas Worldwide Prepares For The Summer

Ashford, England United Kingdom (PressExposure) May 10, 2011 -- International shipping company Seven Seas Worldwide is gearing up for the busiest time of the year as people from around the world call upon their services for the summer.

Seven Seas Worldwide operate a successful relocation service moving excess baggage, personal belongings and student essentials almost anywhere in the world. And as the universities close and schools break up, the Seven Seas team are getting ready for the surge in calls: "This is the time of year when students will be moving back to the family home, relocating to new student accommodation or travelling the world," said director John Henderson. "Add to this the families going on holiday and the people working and moving abroad, and you'll see why we take a lot of deep breaths around this time."

After you've packed your boxes the driver will arrive to collect and redeliver them to the door of your next address whether that be in the next town or on the other side of the world. All boxes and packing materials (including a big marker pen) are supplied free to all customers courtesy of Seven Seas Worldwide.

John Henderson explains the appeal of Seven Seas Worldwide: "If you're going on holiday with family, we can send your suitcases and bags to your holiday destination ahead of you. Imagine taking only hand luggage with you on the plane and not having to endure the hidden charges or baggage checks at the airport, especially if you have kids."

"In addition to this, we're also a popular choice with students moving home because we offer one month's free storage prior to shipping overseas. Plus we're reliable and affordable which is why we've been growing for 15 years."

For more information about Seven Seas Worldwide or to get an instant quote, visit the website or call a member of the team on 0800 21 66 98.

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Press Release Submitted On: May 10, 2011 at 10:34 am
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