Central Van Lines is qualified by the United States Transportation Command to provide relocation to US Military families and DoD-sponsored civilians between all US States, and all overseas territories and countries where we have a military presence. Learn more about the various ways we move property in the sections below.
A move where origin or destination is a foreign country or Hawaii, Guam, or Puerto Rico. This includes Overseas to CONUS, CONUS to Overseas, or Overseas to Overseas. In all cases, we contract a local moving company to pack and inventory your property, containerize it, and warehouse for a short period of time while we arrange transportation to a port. Once ready, we hire a trucking company to move your property to a consolidation agent near the Port of Embarkation. That port agent will handle a variety of port-related services depending upon what "Code" of shipment you have, as described in the sections below. The "Code" of shipment also determines how the shipment is to be transported overseas. Once overseas, we contract with port agents, trucking companies, and local moving agents to do everything described above on the origin country side, only in reverse, up through delivery to your home. Click the "Learn More" buttons in the appropriate section below to learn move about each mode of overseas transport.
A move where both origin AND destination are one of the lower 48 States or Alaska. In all cases, we contract a local moving company to pack and inventory your property. Click the "Learn More" button below to discover the 2 primary ways that an Interstate relocation may then be transported to your new home.
Interstate Household Goods
Since domestic shipments move much more quickly than international shipments, there is no faster-moving Unaccompanied Baggage. It's all one Household Goods shipment.