We are thrilled to be a founding member of the Art Innovators Alliance, a group of forward-thinking global art businesses and individuals committed to advancing the art industry through innovation and technology.
Despite the British government’s unwavering optimism, a “No Deal” Brexit is looking increasingly likely. If a “No Deal” Brexit is realized, what will it mean for the movement of art and antiques between the UK and the EU?
We are proud to have been named an approved service provider by the Association of Art and Antiques Dealers (LAPADA).
The latest Brexit debate has centered around what type of customs arrangement the UK will have with the EU in a post-Brexit world. In this post, we explain the options on the table and how they might effect processes and legalities for shipping commercial goods in between the two entities.
Everything you need to know about Fine Art Shuttles, from how specific routes are serviced to collection and delivery windows are determined.
Northeast Transit Fine Art Services was founded in 1998 "to provide the most economical, reliable, and flexible options for Fine Art Shipping, Soft-packing, and Crating." We talked with our ARTA Shipping Partner to learn more about their team and business.
What is a "bug stamp"? What about a "gantry"? What is the difference between "Full Risk" and "Limited" Insurance?
A key tenet of our mission is to bring a new level of transparency to fine art shipping, particularly as it relates to pricing. In the first of a series educating about industry pricing, we look at the factors that contribute to fine art shuttle rates.
The past decade has seen a rise in natural disasters of increased strength and frequency. Last year was particularly devastating, with multiple hurricanes and wildfires wreaking havoc across the U.S. and neighboring territories. In addition to dealing with displacement and discomfort, many are also dealing with immense destruction and damage.