Many people today are choosing to relocate to the Caribbean for the superb weather and the laid-back way of life, and indeed it is a great choice for a place to live.
However, there are a number of things to consider when relocating to Jamaica or one of the other islands, not the least of which is whether or not they speak English, and whether you can afford to move there in the first place, since some islands require quite a large fee to become a resident.
Fortunately, W. I. Freight has been moving people to the Caribbean for over 50 years and knows most, if not all, of the answers. Not only does the company know all about the ins and outs of packing, shipping, customs, warehousing, part loads, and so on, but about a lot of the rules and regulations on the various islands which can actually vary quite considerably.
The friendly team at W. I. Freight can help with quite a lot of the questions that people ask when thinking of moving to the Caribbean and can provide storage for customers’ goods at their warehouse before they are ready to be shipped onwards to the Caribbean island of their choice. Not everyone requires a full container load, so W. I. Freight can supply part containers for onward shipping to the Caribbean. The company can also advise on the rules and regulations for shipping vehicles if customers want to take their own car rather than buying new at the other end.