Helen and Kevin along with Barry and Alan, have moved to a new spacious warehouse, situated between Crevillente and Catral.
As well as our normal storage options relating to furniture , we can accommodate storage ,from one cubic metre, to full households, for long and short term,
We can now accommodate Cars Trailers and Caravans offering both internal and external storage options.
The warehouse is fully alarmed with securitas Direct and insured with Mapfre and offers a new dimension to Helens Trucks.
We transport personal and household items from Spain to UK and vice versa and are on hand , to help with all the new paperwork with customs. Kevin can also act as an agent if required, for all your TOR1 paperwork. ( Transfer of Residence ) back to the UK.
We also offer a wrap and pack service, If the thought of packing everything ,seems a bit daunting.
We also undertake local removals within the Costa Blanca and further afield and we can arrange a personal visit too, to discuss all your removal needs.
The personal touch is still at the heart of their core values.
We can be contacted on the following platforms
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
By telephone (0034)-965400616 or 667815081
Helen’s Trucks is a small family run business dealing with removals and storage within Spain for the last 18 years.
Our main business is transporting customers’ personal and household items from the UK to Spain, vice versa and to other destinations.
We pride ourselves on being attentive and helping the customer and we also supply packing materials, at very reasonable rates.
We are based in Crevillente, Spain.
We offer warehouse storage facilities, and if you need to unload your own items , this is not a problem.
We offer storage for short or long term stays, and if your items come in with another removal company, this is not a problem either.
“It’s all about making moving easy and
The warehouse is fully insured and alarmed.
If you need any help, please do not hesitate to contact us and we’ll be happy to assist.
EORI Compliance –So what has changed?
The easy way to look at things is to realise that the EU border no longer starts at British shores. As the UK is no longer part of the EU, we now enter Europe from the outside. This means we must do certain things before being allowed in.No longer can anybody just load a van with furniture and head off across the channel. Now, you must get customs clearance for the load, even if it is all your own stuff. From now all removals to and from the EU will require in-depth inventories and packing lists. Each client will have to provide proof of identity, residency and destination, and also provide monetary values. Each removal firm is now registered with HMRC as an economic operator with an EORI number. They also need to register with the relevant European authorities, or use outside agencies to act on their behalf for the client.The consequences of things not being done correctly are enormous. Without customs clearance the removal will not even leave the country of export. Trying to enter the EU with undeclared, or wrongly declared goods, will result in delays, fines, and goods being stranded. If the transporter doesn’t have the correct licensing, insurance, and documentation, customs will impound the vehicle.