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5 important issues to cover with your mover

Relocating to another part of town? Or an overseas transfer to a remote part of the world? Meeting face-to-face at your residence with representatives of any moving company you shortlist is highly advisable and well worth devoting some time to. Begin the procedure ahead of time, preferably a month or two before your move date. […]

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  • Author Global Relocations
  • Date published January 23, 2018
  • Category Category: Articles

Best places for women to relocate

Women constitute roughly half of the worldwide populace and yet do not receive the equivalent proportion of the opportunities. Although there is no ideal sanctuary of well-being, social and professional equilibrium, for females in many parts of the world, certainly there are numerous countries in which women can thrive and be looked upon with a […]

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  • Author Global Relocations
  • Date published November 28, 2017
  • Category Category: Articles

Cultural faux pas and how to avoid them

Making a positive impression when you move to a new country is important. With so many varying customs, cultures and traditions how do you avoid getting it wrong and unintentionally causing offence? We cover some area below to get you started to help you settle in following your international move. Body Language In the Middle […]

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  • Author Global Relocations
  • Date published November 9, 2017
  • Category Category: Articles

8 top tips to ensure your international move is a success

Moving overseas, especially for the first time, is anything but easy. Here are eight top tips for making sure your international move is a spectacular success. 1) Communication Whilst it is vital to communicate clearly with your international mover it is also important to discuss things with your family and friends. Try to avoid making […]

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  • Author Global Relocations
  • Date published September 4, 2017
  • Category Category: Articles

10 safest cities in the world for Expats

There are many factors which are considered when planning a move overseas. Location, weather, salary & compensation are common areas, but for expatriates with families, principle among these considerations is safety. Most people consider safety in terms of crime level. But there are many other important dynamics terrorism, political unrest, social disorder, and even natural […]

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  • Author Global Relocations
  • Date published June 12, 2017
  • Category Category: Articles

When you know you have been an expat too long

There are experiences in life which can transform someone, such as living in a foreign country. Expats who’ve repatriated are especially conscious that they have changed. It is only when they return home they truly appreciate by how much. So, are there signs that you have been an expat for too long? Visiting home feels […]

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  • Author Global Relocations
  • Date published June 5, 2017
  • Category Category: Articles

Moving your wine cellar and alcohol

Shipping Alcohol and wine cellars When it comes to shipping alcohol there are a few considerations to take into account when planning to do so, each country has different regulations and laws governing the movement of alcohol. For the most part alcohol is taxable commodity and taxes usually depend on a couple criteria’s such as […]

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  • Author Global Relocations
  • Date published May 26, 2017
  • Category Category: Articles

Getting organised – What do I take with me?

Organisation is the name of the game when it comes to most, if not all, stages of your international move. One area, often overlooked and left until the last minute, is preparing the items you initially intend to take with you. One way of looking at this is asking the question, “How long can I make do […]

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  • Author Global Relocations
  • Date published May 17, 2017
  • Category Category: Articles

Shared container shipments – All you need to know.

The packed volume of a shipment not only determines the overall price, but also the method of transport. For ‘smaller’ shipments, sharing a container can be a sensible option. There are two types of `shared container` services available. In general, Moving Companies fail to clearly differentiate between these. In order to make an informed decision […]

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  • Author Global Relocations
  • Date published April 5, 2017
  • Category Category: Articles

New UK Import Regulations for 2017

UK customs regulation change 2017 International moving from Dubai

Transferring your residence to the UK from outside the EU There have been some changes in the method of importing used personal effects and household goods. Firstly lets deal with what has not changed. In order to import your personal effects duty free you must Be moving your *normal home to the UK from a […]

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  • Author Global Relocations
  • Date published March 27, 2017
  • Category Category: Articles

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