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"Our air shipment reached us on August 3rd as requested. It was delivered to our home by the efficient team of Diana and their delivery crew. We will finish unpacking all boxes of this air shipment today (Sunday August 7th). I will let you know tomorrow if all in the air shipment reached us in good condition."
Sonia Magaña-Sinibaldi

"The participation of Mudanzas Mundiales was a resounding success, especially the personal quality of the team, starting with the leadership of Carolina and for the hard work of the entire team. I don’t have words to describe my gratitude!"

Horacio Garcia - BASF de Costa Rica

"I really liked that Mudanzas Mundiales identified what I was looking for and the search was focused specifically on my specifications and there was no waste of time. We were very pleased with the support for relocation services."

Alfredo Argueta -
British American Tobacco

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Expert Packing

Why take a chance with damaging your important possessions when you can hire Mudanzas Mundiales to do pack and unpack your belongings with complete confidence? Whether you need us to pack your entire household or just a few special items, we’re here to help. Each member of our professional packing team is trained and experienced to pack your goods to minimize damage during transit.

From complete packing services to partial “special item” packing services, we do it all. We recommend our professional packing service to ensure that your household goods arrive in top condition. But even if you decide to pack yourself, you may want us to pack your fragile items like china, glassware, mirrors or artwork.

  • Packing Materials:
    When preparing for your move, it is important to use the correct packing materials to keep your possessions safe. Following are some suggestions for various sized cartons for specific items.

  • Book cartons (1.5 cu. ft.) are small boxes designed for heavy items like books, CD’s, and DVD’s. Don’t overload the carton or make it too heavy to carry.

  • Medium cartons (3 cu. ft.) can be used to pack small household items. Medium cartons are perfect for packing small appliances, tools, canned food or clothing.

  • Large cartons (4.5 cu. ft. to 6.5 cu. ft.) are ideal for packing lightweight, bulky items such as pillows, stuffed animals blankets and linens.

  • Dishpacks are sturdy boxes for packing china, glassware, and other "breakables." Label cartons “Fragile-This End Up” to avoid damage.

  • Upright Cartons are perfect for packing lamps, small bookshelves etc.

  • Wardrobe Boxes hold your hanging clothes so that they are ready to hang in your new home.

  • The Do’s & Don’ts of Packing:

    Do: Pack boxes at less than 50lbs. Anything heavier than 50lbs may get dropped or damaged.

  • Don’t: Use printed newspaper to pack lampshades or fabric items. The ink will come off on your fabrics!

  • Do: Label each box with the room it belongs to and its contents.

  • Don't: Overload chests and dressers with clothing and linens. Furniture joints may separate and collapse.

  • Do: Pack your box in layers: Heaviest on the bottom; medium weight next; lightest on top.

  • Don’t: Pack delicate items in the same box with heavy items.

  • Do: Place a two- or three-inch layer of crushed paper in the bottom of a carton for cushioning delicate items.

  • Do: Write your name and room where each box should be delivered at destination.

  • Don’t: Pack mirrors, artwork and valuable items yourself. Let us do that for you to avoid possible damage.

  • Do: Drain all fluids from power & yard tools so they won't leak. Don’t: Pack volatile chemicals such as oil, antifreeze and gasoline.

  • Do: Wrap electronic items individually before packing and cushion them well. Mark these boxes as FRAGILE. Crating is recommended for expensive TV’s.

  • Final Tip: Create a master inventory list of all boxes and contents, according to room. Make sure to keep a copy with you.