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Old 8th January 2013, 01:04 AM
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Has anyone ever tried arranging for a removal company to take belongings overland to Malaysia from Thailand?
If it is possible please let me know.
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Advisable that your dates are flex when calling a few movers and quotes based in Malaysia rather than Thailand.

--flex dates,
1. Malaysian movers will give a discounted price if trucks return empty from shipping goods to Thailand.
2. More important, it is easier to fix exact date and time when goods can be delivered to MY . 3. Should any disputes arise, maybe none, you can directly locate and discuss (at local phone charges) with local mover at destination.
4. Many(or all) movers in Malaysia speak English.

Happy loading and unloading.

How many bedroom stuff are you moving?

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Thank you very much for the advice.
Did you use a company or know of companies that are worth contacting?

Once again thank you very much for the information.

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Hi!
Have you moved to Malaysia in the meanwhile?
I am going to move from Surat Thani to KL next week. Still looking for a relocation service. It seems as if most companies in Malaysia only offer transport services by air or by sea.
The quotations I have received yet were beyond good and evil.
Any advice?


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Hi! Have you moved to Malaysia in the meanwhile? I am going to move from Surat Thani to KL next week. Still looking for a relocation service. It seems as if most companies in Malaysia only offer transport services by air or by sea. The quotations I have received yet were beyond good and evil. Any advice?
Good morning, i have flew to KL on a number of times, i used Thai air . The last price ( last minute booking) was 7,000 thb return next day.

There is also a bus service OR if you have been living in Thailand a while and have a number of possession's there are companies in laemchabang chon buri that can help, if you need further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact and i will search out these Companies for you.

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http://www.expatforum.com/moving-quotes


There are companies listed on this site sir!


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