The number of companies claiming to resolve any issues you might have with fine art logistics is constantly growing. Picking one of them might be difficult and overwhelming. How can you be sure that the fine art storage and logistics solution you are opting for is the one for you? Let us tell you what exactly to expect from professional services to help you make your decision-making process easier.
Some Widespread Fine Art Storage and Logistics Problems and Their Solutions
A destination that is difficult to reach
At Fine Art Shippers, we are proud to say that we provide our services to clients all over the United States. It means that no matter your delivery location, we will make sure that your valuables reach their destination on time and arrive in perfect condition. We have successfully delivered high-value items to places that many other fine art shipping companies find problematic to reach, from Orcas Island in Washington to Wilmot in New Hampshire.
An art collection that is too large
While it might seem impossible to figure out the logistics of transporting or storing an entire collection of valuable items, there is almost nothing Fine Art Shippers cannot solve. We have successfully transported large quantities of artworks and antiques many times, including items that are large and oddly shaped. Our art transportation trucks are perfectly equipped to ship different kinds of valuables, from paintings to fragile sculptures.
Not enough storage space
If you are struggling with properly managing your collection, Fine Art Shippers has a solution for you. Our New York fine art storage facility is a safer and more efficient alternative to at-home storage. We will happily help you pack and crate your valuables and carefully transport them to our art storage facility, no matter where you are.
Needless to say, one blog post is not enough to describe all fine art storage and logistics solutions that Fine Art Shippers provides daily. For example, our company offers professional art installation services for galleries, museums, art fairs, and private clients. If you want to learn more about what we do, do not hesitate to contact our Operations Office by phone at (917) 658-5075 or by email at email@example.com.