Moving to Sweden

TransGlobal Shipping and Storage has a wealth of experience moving from Perth to any location across Sweden and can take care of all your relocation needs – from an entire household of furniture to a number of boxes.

With our fleet of vans, trucks and shipping containers, we can move any sized consignment economically and quickly. We assist you at every stage from planning and packing through to delivery to your new home, setting up and unpacking, and removal of packaging material. With a network of business partners across Sweden, we ensure you receive the best level of customer service and local knowledge throughout the entire moving process.

When it comes to your possessions, we can take care of insurance, manage customs requirements on exit and entry and organise storage when and where required.

Vehicles, Boats and Trailers

TransGlobal can organise transportation for your car, boat, trailer or other vehicles. Simply let us know the details and we will arrange for specialist transportation.

Useful Links

We may not be able to help you jump the airport queue or fast-track customs and immigration requirements for your family, but we can provide some useful links to help you plan your move to Sweden and to get established when you arrive.

 

Moving To Sweden

General Information

Immigration and Visas

Swedish Migration Board

Banking

List of Banks

Tax

National Tax Board

Government Information

Swedish Government

News

The Local

Swedish Newspapers Online

Weather and Climate

Forecast
Climate Information

Tourism

Visit Sweden

Local Forums

Expat Forum

Business Information

General Information
Austrade

Education

General Information
International Schools

Real Estate and Housing

Real Estate Listings

Need more information?

If you have any queries in regards to relocation from Perth to Sweden – or Sweden to Perth –  contact us today. We are more than happy to help with all your moving requirements.

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Driving them mad

 

Until 1965, Swedes drove on the left-hand side of the road. The conversion to driving on the right, aimed at bringing the country into line with other European nations, took place at 5pm on a weekday when all traffic was required to stop. The time was chosen as it was deemed the least likely time of day that accidents would occur – not because of the volume of traffic on the road, but because drivers were more likely to be tired and forgetful in the morning.