While regulations have slight variations within each country, we are outlining the basics—including questions to ask and terms to know—to help our clients be more prepared for cross border shipments.
As cases of Covid-19 continue to rise across the globe, we are seeing delays and other impacts to our business. Here, we will continue to update our clients with facts and takeaways they can use to prepare for and assess upcoming shipments.
ARTA is proud to be an approved vendor of the ADAA. Our International Shipping Coordinator helped service the fair, and shares some of his personal booth highlights.
We are excited to announce new, reduced shipping rates and expanded coverage through ARTA International Air Freight Instant Quote. Our users can enjoy lower costs with the same high quality, reliable services ARTA has always offered.
The registrar at Tanya Leighton Gallery saves so much time by using ARTA, he estimates he gets an entire day back each month to focus on important projects and servicing customers. Read about how ARTA has become an integral part of the daily work flow at the gallery.
With the prospect of an impending no deal Brexit, we asked UK and European fine art logistics providers what they think may happen, and what they have done to prepare.
Learn about all the required information you will need to ensure your international shipment is quick and efficient.
ARTA now offers Instant Quotes for air freight shipments between 39 major international hubs in 24 countries across the globe. Read on to learn more about supported routes and hubs.
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?
The latest Brexit debate has centered around what type of customs arrangement the U.K. 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.