Our move is complete and we are fully installed in our apartment in Puerto Vallarta.
Our household goods arrived on the 14th of November complete and in perfect condition. We are down to opening the last few of around 40 boxes shipped and we have not had a single exception.
From beginning to end, the movement of our household goods has been the smoothest and least stressful part of our entire move to Mexico, particularly when we were informed that no Consularized Inventory was required.
Alex, thank you for coming to meet us and explaining the process, working up an estimate and answering so many of our questions – allaying our concerns.
Janet, thanks for your input – it was relief that our single little move was more than a blip on the big screen.
Jerilyn, thank you for smoothing the path of actual logistics and coordinating the timeline, and following our progress and ensuring all the ‘i’s’ were dotted and the ‘t’s’ were crossed.
Elizabeth, thanks to you for keeping us up to date on the latest laws and regulations here in Mexico, and for coordinating the logistics here in Puerto Vallarta.
And lastly, but certainly not least, thanks to the folks who actually carried out the physical move at both ends and in transit:
Jason and Dave who so carefully inventoried, wrapped, packaged and packed our seemingly endless list of personal property – treating every piece as if it were their own family heirloom.
The cross-country drivers and warehousemen on both side of the border we’ll never know who transported our belongings safely 2500 miles from San Diego to Texas, to Mexico and down to Puerto Vallarta.
And finally, to the 4 men who had to break down our pods, transfer the entire shipment to a tall narrow truck, shuttle it all up the narrow road to our new home, offload the shipment into the entryway off the street, re-park the truck, and then hand-carry every box up 3 long flights of stairs to our new apartment.
You all have our thanks and our gratitude for your hard work, professionalism, patience, kindness, and in some cases, for your back-breaking labor.
Very Sincerely Yours,
Don and Karen A.
Don and Karen A. - Atlas Transfer & Storage Customer
International Move – San Diego, CA to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico