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Yamato Transport USA

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US DOT #260219

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(206) 292-9696

Website

www.yamatoamerica.com

Our Office

18271 Andover Park W

Yamato Transport USA 18271 Andover Park W

Yamato Transport USA., Inc. is a fully owned subsidiary of Yamato Holdings Co., Ltd., the number one company in the parcel express home delivery service in Japan.
We support our customers’cross border business with fully maintained logistics, air freight service, marine freight service, customs brokerage service, customer relocation service, and express parcel delivery service.
With our extensive Yamato global network and over 30 years of experience, we are ready to support our customers. Contact us now to find a solution that resolves all of your shipping and import/export problems on a global basis.

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Oshin Lee

Oshin Lee

02/15/2016

I truly can't suggest these folks profoundly enough - Yamato made an incredible showing getting me through a distressing move, including getting a substantial sleeper couch down four flights of stairs! They were fast, brisk (which spared me cash) and to a great degree obliging, and got me during that time with no bother by any stretch of the imagination. I would utilize them again instant, thus if you.

Jonathan H.

Jonathan H.

02/03/2016

Let me reverberate the past commentator otherwise known as my wife: I can't talk very enough about Yamato and their accentuation on consumer loyalty and quality. They are the careful inverse of each other mover I've managed - considerate, dependable and determined in ensuring the client is totally content with their work. Japanese accentuation on just giving the best administration REALLY indicates - the movers won't acknowledge a tip, as it is both against organization approach and demonstrating that they ALWAYS give their finest exertion paying little respect to pay. BEST. MOVERS. EVER.

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