Elite Expands International Transportation Services

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Elite will continue to utilize their current domestic routes with both open and enclosed car carriers as well as their new routes across the Canadian border.
Staten Island, NY (PRWEB) October 7, 2010

After six years in business, Elite Auto Shipping has recently partnered up with one of the leading customs agencies in Canada, and will be exclusively handling all their auto transportation needs.

For Elite, this partnership means that their auto transport routes have expanded from strictly domestic to international auto transport services as well. The details of this Canadian- American agreement have yet to be disclosed, and both parties prefer to remain discrete until contracts are finalized but in the meantime Elite Auto Shipping has made preparations to accommodate the influx of service.

They have assembled an upgraded team of car shipping specialists and agents to maintain their reputation of dealing with customers closely and personally despite the increasing volume of business they have received since this expansion. Owners, Serge Krasner and Ruben Abramov say that partnering up with the Canadian customs agency benefits both companies as well as their clients, describing the new relationship as “prosperous”. In other preparations, Elite has also upgraded their method of car transport by bringing on enclosed trailers specifically designed to handle classic exports.

Elite will continue to utilize their current domestic routes with both open and enclosed car carriers as well as their new routes across the Canadian border. For more news on Elite Auto Shipping visit: http://www.AutoTransport.Co

Elite Auto Shipping offers cheap nationwide door to door service. Get an instant auto transport quote online or by calling 800-690-2085.


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