Funeral Shipping Services Provided to the Upper West Side, New York

International Funeral Service of New York ship all over the world. As world renowned experts in funeral shipping, they process all the necessary documentation required by the different consulates

Brooklyn, United States - March 14, 2019 /PressCable/ —

It is not uncommon for a loved one to be transported to another city, state, or country after death. This has led to more funeral homes offering shipping accommodations for a loved one’s remains. When a family is looking for a firm to handle this complicated and potentially confusing task. Funeral directors must keep families informed on the shipping and delivery information. Furthermore, funeral professional should be compassionate, detail-oriented, experienced, and work in a cost-conscious manner. The price for shipping a loved one can vary drastically. The cost can range for $1,500 for a domestic shipping to as much as $15,000 for an international shipment.

Find a funeral home that can make all air travel arrangements for the deceased. This is a Known Shipper, meaning that it has a well-established working relationship with the airline carriers and will be allowed to ship human physical remains with them. These types of funeral homes are often able to procure discounted rates and can check flight availability quickly, as time is of the essence when transporting a body.

It takes a significant level of practical experience to enable a funeral provider to understand the intricacies of overseas funeral shipping. International Funeral Service of New York is knowledgeable about the regulations, restrictions and protocols involved and how they vary by country and will go far in keeping costs down and eliminating the duplication of work and expense. There are funeral directors who are specifically trained in strategic transportation planning and are well-versed in making this challenging and stressful situation easier on the family.

If one plans to have a funeral service here as well as in the foreign country, ask if the funeral provider utilizes special preservation techniques that will maintain the appearance and presentation of the deceased for a longer period.

For the family’s international funeral shipping needs, it is also recommended that one uses a funeral home that directly works with the consulate and embassy in the receiving nation. This will help to expedite the repatriation of the loved one to their land of origin because the funeral director will be able to obtain all the required paperwork for shipment quickly. When there is a language issue, use a funeral home that will translate and notarize the documentation.

In relation to global mortuary shipping, the family should be as prepared as possible. Please consider pre planning for this situation. At the link;http://www.intlfuneralserviceny.com/pre-plan/ families will find a helpful pre planning guide.

Also, decide if the family wants to inter their loved one’s remains or have him or her cremated. If the family selects cremation, it will be less expensive to ship the ashes to another country because they are much lighter in weight than casketed remains. Above all, find a funeral home that is trustworthy, has the family’s full confidence and that one can depend upon to handle all details during the family’s time of need.

. International Funeral Service of New York ship all over the world. As world renowned experts in funeral shipping, they process all the necessary documentation required by the different consulates for international shipping in a timely manner. International Funeral Service of New York organization was created for this purpose and their experience enables them to keep costs down and work as efficiently as possible. International Funeral Service of New York has been servicing families as well as funeral homes nationwide for years. As they continue to build out their website adding countries and cites all over the world, families can rest assured we ship to their country. If one does not find their city on this page, call International Funeral Service of New York at (718) 282-0666 for great prices and support to one’s final destination.

Contact Info:
Name: Pat Marmo
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Organization: International Funeral Serviceof New York
Address: 4123 4th Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11232, United States
Website: http://www.intlfuneralserviceny.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 492583

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