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Art Shuttle New York – Chicago Will Leave on February 13

The art shipping company Fine Art Shippers has announced the next art shuttle going from New York to Chicago. It is scheduled for February 13, 2021.

(PRUnderground) January 26th, 2021

The art shipping company Fine Art Shippers has announced the next art shuttle going from New York to Chicago. It is scheduled to leave on February 13. The shuttle will pass through Philadelphia, Cleveland, and other cities, making stops for art pick-ups and deliveries along the route. Fine Art Shippers offers this service to artists, galleries, private collectors, auctioneers, art institutions, and dealers, providing them with an opportunity to ship fine art not only safely and securely but also at a much lower price as compared to individual art shipping options.

Fine Art Shippers is a family-run business that has been operating since 1995. The company started as a local provider of art and antique moving services in New York but over the years expanded its services to include a diverse range of art handling and art logistics solutions. Fine Art Shippers now has extensive experience in packing and shipping all sorts of valuables, from oil paintings to bronze sculptures to Banksy murals. The company’s range of services also includes art installation in buildings and outdoors, custom crate fabrication, art storage, art consulting, art procurement, and many more. Besides, Fine Art Shippers specializes in shipping antique furniture pieces and musical instruments of any size and weight.

Among all of the services offered by Fine Art Shippers, art shuttles occupy a special place. The company has a wide network of consolidated shuttles specifically designed to ship fine art, antiques, and other objects of value. The next art shuttle operated by Fine Art Shippers will leave on February 13, going from New York to Chicago.

The art shuttle New York – Chicago will go through Pennsylvania, with stops in Philadelphia and Pittsburg, and Ohio, with stops in Cleveland and Toledo. Art pick-up, as well as art delivery, is possible in any of these cities and the surrounding areas. Fine Art Shippers is planning to arrive in Chicago on February 15. Art deliveries to business and residential locations will be made the next day. After the job is done, the art shuttle will go back to New York, delivering fine art and antiques from the Midwest to the East Coast of the United States. Stops along the route are possible at the client’s request.

Art shuttle services provided by Fine Art Shippers are performed by a trained team of art handlers who always go the extra mile to satisfy the needs of every client. The service is flexible and can be customized to meet any requirements. To know the details about the upcoming shuttle and its exact departure and arrival  dates, please contact Fine Art Shippers or visit the company’s website for a free shipping quote.

About Fine Art Shippers

Fine Art Shippers is a professional fine art shipping company headquartered in New York City. Established in 1995, we have grown to provide a wide range of art and antique moving services to meet the needs of the art community and private collectors from around the world. Our expertise includes but is not limited to luxury home moving, art packing and crating, art storage, white glove art courier service, art installation, antique furniture moving, international transportation, and gallery exhibition services. We operate across the United States and worldwide, making Fine Art Shippers the number one choice for many reputable art business professionals and institutions. Find more information about our team of dedicated art shippers on our website.

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