Resources: Military Families

When Will I Get My Stuff? (Understanding Delivery Spread)

Your things have been loaded into the truck and are on their way, but now what? This one-minute video gives a quick overview of when to expect delivery, what is required of you, and how much notice you’ll get when it’s finally time to receive your affairs.

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Moving and packing tips for military moves

Preparing for Your Move – Important Packing Tips

When you are preparing for your PCS, there are certain things you’ll want to to know to save time and energy. Case in point: Don’t box up your things! While this seems counterintuitive, our moving agents will actually handle that for you. Plus, don’t miss out on what NOT to include in your “items to…

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FAQs on your military relocation

FAQs for International PCS Moves

Who will be performing origin services at my current residence? Cartwright International has a dependable network of reliable agents worldwide to conduct local services. This is my first international relocation. How will my belongings be packed? When the packing team arrives at your home, your personal belongings will be placed in appropriate cartons or containers. To protect…

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Home Survey and why it matters

What is the Home Survey? (and Why Does it Matter?)

Scheduling a survey of your home is essential as we look at the amount of items you’ll be moving, along with noting any items of exceptional size or sentimental value that need to be handled with extra care. This one-minute video talks about what the process looks like and why it’s so important.

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Cartwright Companies History

Who is Cartwright International?

Not only has Cartwright International moved the military household goods around the world since 1934, but we also: Maintain an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau Are one of the oldest and most reliable international household good movers in the U.S. Have been evaluated for and passed the U.S. government’s stringent and rigorous international…

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