Specialists in Vehicle Transport 

We can arrange for your car, motorbike or other vehicles (including boats, tractors and jet skis) to be relocated to, from, or within New Zealand. Your vehicle can be transported as part of a larger household move or as an individual shipment.

If you just need to store your vehicle, World Moving & Storage offers short- and long-term vehicle storage for cars, boats and other motor vehicles. Our storage facility is well-maintained and guarded by 24-hour security. Once you are ready to retrieve your car, we offer flexible options for shipping your vehicle to or from New Zealand, including exclusive use of shipping containers or the option of sharing a shipping container.

The entire process is streamlined to ensure a smooth transition in, out or around New Zealand. Moving your personal effects can be stressful; but even if you throw a vehicle into the mix, our professional and experienced staff can take car of the entire relocation procedure until you are ready to put your keys into the ignition.

Note: If you are considering importing your vehicle into New Zealand, strict criteria and conditions apply. Read more information on our resource hub, or reach out to our staff for a complete guide to importing vehicles to New Zealand.

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World Moving team

Experienced, Trained and Reliable Team

Our staff is ready to handle every step of the relocation process. The team at World Moving & Storage has shared decades of experience in packing, moving and storage. We’ve seen it all, and we prepare our staff to see it all before their first day on the job.  Each member of the team is chosen through a strict staff vetting process and given the best training and equipment to ensure that we are sending out the best hands and minds in the moving industry.

This vision is “to continually learn and strive to be the most reputable business and employer in our industry, whilst creating financial sustainability and opportunity for our shareholders and employees.”

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