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Cheap Moving Tips: Save Money When Moving House

When people think of moving, they groan about how long packing is going to take them, and what a pain in the neck the whole process is. However, there’s another complaint that people don’t always consider: moving is expensive.
Well, to be more accurate, moving can be expensive. But, there are ways to save money. Read on to learn about how to make the moving process cheaper.

Set a Schedule

This might sound more like organizational advice than a budgeting tip, though it’s actually a very important way to save money.
When you do things at the last minute, you have to scramble, and that leads to costlier choices. Let’s say you realized you don’t have enough bubble paper. Sure, you can find an all-night office supply store, but it might be more expensive than the stores that closed hours ago.

Compare Quotes, Carefully

You might think that you should choose the cheapest moving company on the market. “That will save me money, right?” you ask.
The answer is, “not necessarily.” You get what you pay for; there’s a reason the quote is so cheap. Read the fine print to learn exactly what it includes. The movers might not bring the right packing materials, which could lead to your belongings becoming damaged. It doesn’t save you any money if you have to buy new dishes.

Purge before You Pack

Even if you live in a small space such as an apartment or condo, you’ve still probably accumulated a great deal of stuff. The more stuff you have, the more it will cost to move.
Sort through your things. If you haven’t used something in the past six months and you can’t come up with a rationale for using it in your new place, sell it, recycle it, or throw it out.

Select the Right Season, If Possible

It will cost you more to move during some seasons than others. Summer is the most expensive moving season because it’s the most popular. People with kids want to move before the school year starts, and many companies experience a slowdown in the summer, so employees worry less about missing work.
Moving in the spring, fall, or winter is more affordable. You might be saying to yourself, “Well, that’s nice, but my schedule doesn’t permit me to move during that season. What do I do?”. If you absolutely must move during the summer, try to move on a weekday. Not many people move during the week, making it somewhat cheaper than the weekends. And book in advance – the longer you wait, the less chance you have of being able to book an available truck.

Orbit International Moving Logistics Ltd.: Your Moving Experts
If you’re looking for a company that offers the most services for an affordable price, turn to Orbit International Moving. Our rates are reasonable, and our packages are the most inclusive you’ll find. Contact us today to discover the Orbit difference at 416-661-4228.

Moving to Australia: What You Need to Know

Moving to Australia: What You Need to KnowAre you moving to the Land Down Under? Good on you, mate! Australia is a beautiful country full of warm, friendly people. Although English is the native language, you’ll have a fun time learning the native slang. Eventually, you’ll be able to speak like an Aussie, too. Aside from understanding the finer points of Australian English, you’ll also need to know about shipping regulations before you begin your international moving process. Read on to find out about important Australian customs regulations.

Customs Inspection and Clearance

Although Australia is a fairly big country, it is an island nation. Any outside species of plants, animals or even bacteria could wreak havoc on its ecosystem (and many have throughout its history). That’s why Australia has a notoriously rigorous inspection process for any imported goods, even if the goods are being imported for personal usage.

There’s a possibility that even the most innocent household belongings could be quarantined by the Australian customs authorities. Do you have a pet that you plan on bringing with you to Australia? Fluffy or Fido’s food bowl, cage, mat and toys could all be subject to quarantine to ensure that they’re not contaminated with dangerous bacteria or other organisms that could threaten Australia’s agricultural sector.

Customs Forms

As with most countries, Australia requires people shipping their personal goods into the country to fill out a customs form. You’ll need to attach photocopies of your passport that show an Australian entry stamp. In addition, you must provide an inventory list that accurately describes what you’re shipping.

It’s best to provide all of this information to the shipping company before the shipment arrives in Australia. Remember that you won’t be charged duties on items that you’ve owned and used for more than a year prior to moving to Australia.

Shipping Alcohol

In the past, Australian customs authorities took a lenient stance on shipping opened bottles of alcohol into the country. That’s no longer the case.

Now, all alcohol shipped into Australia is eligible for duty. That means that even if you’ve decided to bring a half-empty bottle of wine in your shipment, you will pay taxes on it. Don’t think that simply not including that half-empty bottle of wine on your customs form will save you any money or time. If you don’t complete any detail on the customs form, your entire shipment will be delayed clearing customs. Decide whether it’s worth it to ship your alcohol – it might be simpler to leave it behind.

Orbit International Moving Logistics Ltd.: Your International Shipping Experts

If you’re moving to Australia, you need a moving company that has experience and knowledge of the country’s customs regulations. Orbit International Moving has been in business for over a decade. We have experience shipping to Australia and destinations around the world. Our professional, courteous and knowledgeable staff is ready to help you. No question is too small. And when your moving day arrives, our crew shows up on time with all the right equipment. Don’t take our word for it, though. Talk to our satisfied customers. Find out what makes Orbit different – call us today at 416-661-4228.

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Land, Sea or Air: Which Is Better for Your Stuff During a Move?

Land, Sea or Air: Which Is Better for Your Stuff During a Move?

If you’re moving internationally, you’ll have a lot of choices to make. One of them is how to ship your belongings. You have at least two choices: sea or air. If you’re moving on the same continent, you can also choose to have your goods shipped by land. But which is the best choice for you? We’re here to help you make that decision. Read on to learn the differences between the three.

By Land

Shipping by land refers to using a truck to transport items. This only works if you’re moving from one part of a continent to another, and there are passable roads upon which to transport goods. Let’s say you’re moving from Canada to England. Obviously, no truck can cross the Atlantic Ocean.

There are some benefits to moving by truck. First of all, a truck isn’t subject to port strikes, unlike shipping containers. Secondly, if the option is available, shipping items by truck is more cost effective than doing so by sea or air. However, be aware that truckers can also go on strike on occasion.

By Sea

Shipping by sea is the slowest method of the three transportation modes mentioned. It can take at least a month to receive your goods if you ship them by sea, so you have to send them far in advance.

The advantage of shipping by sea is that it’s cheaper than sending packages by air.

Airlines charge by weight, while you’ll only have to pay for the container you use if you choose to ship by sea. There are definite disadvantages, though. As mentioned earlier, ports are prone to strikes – far more so than airports. And storing belongings in a portside warehouse (something which you might not have a choice about) can get very expensive.

By Air

Sending your goods on a plane is the fastest shipping method of all. It can take a day or two to receive your goods when they travel by plane.

Speed comes at a price, though. As mentioned earlier, airlines charge by the weight of an item. And that can be expensive. What are the benefits of shipping your belongings by air, aside from speed? Airlines tend to be far more reliable than companies that ship by boat. A storm might delay a flight for a day, while it can cause a ship to go off course for a couple of weeks.

And while airport staff can strike, those strikes tend to be resolved faster because flying is such a popular mode of transportation.

Discover the Orbit Difference

 Are you trying to figure out how you should ship your belongings overseas? Contact Orbit International Logistics Ltd. today at 416-661-4228. We have over a decade of experience in international shipping. Our dedicated, courteous and professional staff can answer any question you have, big or small. Customer service matters greatly to us – we’re not happy until you’re happy. Our goal is to provide the best solution to meet your international shipping needs. Don’t believe us? Ask our customers, some of whom have used us repeatedly. They’ll tell you about the difference Orbit makes in their international move.

Moving Internationally: Can’t I Just Buy Stuff There?

Moving Internationally: Can’t I Just Buy Stuff There?International moving has its perks. The opportunity to live abroad is exciting – you get to experience a new culture, try different food, and you’ll probably learn another language. It also means you’re going to be starting life over someplace else.

When you’re moving internationally, you have some choices to make. If you are a home owner or renter, you need to decide what you’re going to do with your belongings. Are you going to move them? If so, what items are you going to move?

Some people might think that it’s easier to sell all of their belongings and buy everything they need in their new country. That might not be such a bad idea, in some cases. However, it could end up working against you. Read on to learn why it may be better to ship your belongings.

If You Have Kids

When moving overseas with kids, especially if they’re young, having familiar toys and furniture can make the transition to a new country easier.  They’ll be surrounded by the things they love, so they won’t feel as though they’ve had to leave everything behind.

If You Have Items of Sentimental Value

Kids aren’t the only ones who want to be surrounded by the familiar. No matter how badly you may want to move, it’s still a difficult, hectic and stressful process. Having your beloved armchair might help things go a little smoother.

Also, you might have heirloom furniture that you’d like to take with you so you can ensure it stays in good hands.  You can’t replace your grandmother’s armoire, so look into having it shipped.

The Cost and Quality of Furniture

You should also take into account the cost of buying completely new furniture. In some countries, the cost of living is high. That makes buying goods quite expensive relative to your income. Before you decide to leave it all behind, do some research to determine whether it’s cheaper to ship your furniture (all or some of it) or to buy it at your destination.

Furthermore, you also have to consider the quality of the furniture available in your new home. Is it built well? Will it last for years? You get what you pay for. If you buy something cheap, it’s not worth it in the long run if you have to replace it more than once.

Buying Furniture Can Be a Hassle

When you arrive at your destination, is the first thing you want to do to spend hours wandering through stores buying furniture and arranging for it to be delivered? You will have many other things you need to deal with, so why worry about going shopping for things?

Orbit International Moving Logistics Ltd.: Discover the Difference

Are you planning on moving overseas? Contact Orbit International Moving Logistics Ltd. today at 416-661-4228. We have over ten years of experience shipping our clients’ precious cargo across the world. Our staff is courteous and professional.

Talk to our customers. They’ll tell you about the Orbit difference.


Why You Won’t Find Celebrities Working at Orbit International Moving

Why You Won’t Find Celebrities Working at Orbit International MovingEvery day, we are constantly bombarded with images of celebrities on the covers of magazines and on websites all over the web. Here’s where you won’t find them though: at Orbit International Moving.

Here’s a list of reasons why we don’t have celebrities working for us:

  1. They take too many selfies. Kim Kardashian is one example of a celebrity who has elevated selfie-taking into an art form. In fact, she recently published a book full of selfies of herself. At Orbit, our employees are too busy working to spend time taking selfies. Their number one priority is your customer satisfaction. They work hard to make sure that the job is done correctly the first time.
  2. They spend too much time on the phone making plans to hang out. How many times have you seen a picture of a celebrity walking and talking on a cell phone? It’s a pretty common occurrence. At Orbit, our employees are focused on doing their jobs and delivering excellent customer service to our clients. When they’re on the phone, it’s all business.
  3. They spend a lot of time on social media. If you follow any celebrity accounts on Twitter or Instagram, you know how often stars post to social media. It’s a lot. You would think that they spend all day on social media. Our hardworking employees don’t spend their day posting pictures of their lunches to Instagram. You’ll find them getting work done, instead.
  4. They’re always at fashion shows. It seems like there are fashion shows taking place all the time, and whenever you look at coverage of these events, celebrities are in the front row. You’ll never see an Orbit employee at a fashion show, because their priority is providing the best customer service in the moving business.
  5. They spend a lot of time going to parties. How many times have you looked at photos of celebrities at parties? It seems like that’s all they do. While celebrities are off partying, Orbit employees are working hard to make sure your shipment gets to where it needs to be.
  6. They’re always at award shows. In Hollywood, New York, Paris, London and other places that celebrities hang out, award shows are frequent events. You won’t find Orbit employees there, even though their hard work deserves recognition. Orbit employees aren’t interested in the spotlight. They want to help customers through every step of the moving process.

Orbit International Moving Logistics Ltd: Your Trusted Source for Experienced Movers

For over a decade, Orbit International Moving has been helping customers move internationally with dependable professional moving expertise. We know that international moving can be a difficult, stressful process. That’s why our employees are with you every step of the way.

Orbit International Moving staffers will answer any question you might have. They are courteous, professional and genuinely care about providing the best possible customer service. That might not propel them to stardom, but it does mean that your shipment will be handled with care. Call Orbit International Moving and Logistics Ltd. today at 416-661-4228 to find out more.


International Moving for Dummies

International Moving for DummiesThe informational book series “For Dummies” aims to explain complicated subjects (especially those related to computers and the internet) in an easy-to-understand way for the average reader. At Orbit International Moving Logistics Ltd, we wanted to apply this concept to simplify your preparations for an international move: we prepared an “International Moving for Dummies” guide. Read on for some simple tips on moving to another country.

Stay organized. If you’re not an organized person, now is the time to start being one! You’ll need to make lists and set schedules. If you aren’t organized, you’ll find that you’ll be more stressed when it comes time to get things done.

Don’t be afraid to ask for help. Specifically, you should ask your friends, family and colleagues for recommendations of international movers and relocation specialists. If they’ve never had to look for an international moving company, they might know someone who has. They can also give you advice on what to look for in this type of service, and what to avoid when shipping worldwide.

Do your research. Call three to five moving companies for quotes. Bear in mind that the cheapest quote is not the best quote. You should choose the quote that includes the most services for the lowest price. If the moving company doesn’t give you a lot of information about what’s included in the quote, just ask. If the company’s representative doesn’t want to give you more details, then you know that’s not the moving company for you.

Sort your stuff before you start packing. Over the years, we all accumulate things we don’t need. That doesn’t mean you need to bring it all with you when you move, especially if you’re moving to another country. Get rid of anything you’ve realized you haven’t used in more than a few months.

Decide what you are taking with you, and keep it organized – there’s that “O” word again. Once you’ve figured out what you’re taking with you, you’ll need to put those things into two categories: what’s coming with you on the plane and what can be packed. For example, you’ll want to bring your passport and other travel documents with you on the plane.

Be prepared on moving day. Once more, this tip goes back to being organized. When the movers show up is not the time to start sorting out your stuff. Being ready also means making sure the movers have a place to park their truck outside your home, clearing a path for them outside and inside of the house, shoveling snow if necessary, and putting your pets in a place where they will be out of the way of the movers. Another part of being prepared is keeping the utilities on until the last possible minute – you don’t want to be in the dark or the cold.

Choose Orbit International Moving Logistics Ltd. for your international moving needs. We’ve been in business for over 10 years, providing excellent customer service with professional, dedicated employees who work with customers every step of the way. But don’t just take our word for it. Read some of the testimonials on our site to learn about our satisfied clients. Call us today at 416-661-4228.

The Only International Moving Checklist You’ll Ever Need

The Only International Moving Checklist You’ll Ever NeedThe Only International Moving Checklist You’ll Ever Need

Lists are great – they help you stay organized and achieve your goals. However, they’re only helpful if you know what to put on them. Most people who are moving internationally for the first time have no idea what to do or where to start. If you are one of these people, don’t worry! We’ve compiled the ultimate international moving checklist to help you through this complex process. Read on to learn more about what you need to do to make your international move smooth and successful.

  • Start sorting through your things now.

Over the years, people tend to accumulate all kinds of stuff around their home, and not all of those things are necessary. Go through every item in your home and decide whether it needs to come with you or not. Give away or dispose of everything else properly. You’ll most likely cut down on a lot of useless stuff.

  • Research moving companies.

There are a few steps to this research. Talk to friends, family and colleagues about which moving companies to use (and which to avoid). When you’ve received recommendations, narrow your list to between three and five companies. Then, call them to receive quotes. Always keep in mind that the lowest quote isn’t the best quote. Also, don’t be afraid to ask what the quote includes. Your goal is to find the most reasonable quote that includes the greatest number of services.

  • Create a schedule for your move.

How do you create a schedule? Work backwards from your moving date. Important dates on the schedule should include when the movers are coming, when the utilities need to be shut off, and when you need to complete important activities such as obtaining your visa or necessary vaccinations.

  • Pack smart.

This might sound like it’s easier said than done. Here are some steps to simplify the packing process:

  • Let the movers do the work for you.
  • Make a list of which items are going in which boxes.
  • Don’t pack things you’ll need to take with you on the plane (passport, travel documents).
  • Don’t leave it until the last minute.

Remember that the first item on this checklist, sorting out your belongings in advance, is pretty important. If you procrastinate on sorting your stuff, you’ll be very stressed out when time is running out and you’re still trying to decide what you’re taking and what you’re leaving behind.

  • Be ready for the movers.

When the movers show up to your place, there should be a spot for them to park their truck. The entrance to your home should be easily accessible. They shouldn’t be tripping over things once they get inside. If you’ve got pets, make sure they’re in another room or outside where they won’t interfere. If you’re moving in the winter, make sure your driveway is shoveled and that you’ve put salt down to prevent slips and falls.

  • Remember that knowledge is power.

If you have questions about this process, don’t be afraid to ask us. A representative will be able to tell you how long it will take for your shipment to arrive and if there might be any delays, such as a port strike. For a full detailed list, visit:…

Good luck with your move!

Top 20 Myths About Moving Companies

Top 20 Myths About Moving Companies

When you think about moving companies, there are probably many different things that come to mind: boxes, trucks or employees in uniform. If you have some experience with hiring moving companies, there are also most likely a few myths which might pop up.

We’re here to deflate the top 20 myths that you may think about when you hear the words “moving company.”

  1. “They’re all the same.” No, not all moving companies are the same – there are huge differences between price, quality and service.
  2. “All moving companies use tricks on their customers.” Again, there companies out there which are honest and upfront with their clients, and there are those that aren’t.
  3. “Moving companies don’t know anything about customer service.” Yet another myth that needs busting – movers such as Orbit International Moving Logistics, Ltd. appreciate their clients and treat them with respect, courtesy and professionalism.
  4. “Movers won’t treat your things carefully.” Movers are paid to handle your belongings with care. If they didn’t do their job well, they’d be unemployed.
  5. “I have to pack everything myself.” This would depend on the specific moving service package you agree to. Many packages include packing services done by the movers.
  6. “Go with the cheapest quote.” This is a really bad idea. You might save money upfront, but when you discover that your belongings don’t arrive on time or are damaged, your mistake will end up costing you more.
  7. “Every quote covers the same thing.” Ask what a quote includes before selecting a moving company. You don’t want any surprises after all.
  8. “It doesn’t matter what kind of materials you use to pack your things.” This is only true if you don’t care what happens to your valuable belongings. Higher quality packing materials will protect your items during transfer.
  9. “With all of the current advances in transportation, your stuff should get there really quickly.” If you’re shipping packages internationally, it can take weeks and weeks for boxes to arrive. Many people don’t realize this.
  10. “Insurance is a waste of money.” Not so. What is actually a waste of money is paying to replace expensive or valuable items that were damaged during shipping.
  11. “You can ship whatever you’d like, as long as you pay for it.” This statement doesn’t apply to certain items such as food, drugs, pornography or ammunition.
  12. “I don’t need to be present for customs clearance in Canada.” Actually, you do. The moving company cannot clear Canadian customs for you.
  13. “It doesn’t matter what time of the year I move.” Summer is the busiest season for moving, because many families try to move at that time to avoid disrupting school. Winter moving has its own physical challenges to deal with, depending on where you live.
  14. “I can get all-risk insurance if I pack everything myself.” Forget mythical, this statement is flat out wrong. You’re ineligible for all-risk insurance if you pack everything yourself.
  15. “I can book movers at the last possible minute, and everything will work out.” You can’t expect to arrange a long distance move a few days or even a couple of weeks in advance, that’s for sure. It requires longer range planning and preparation.
  16. “References and testimonials aren’t important.” They’re only unimportant if you don’t care about the quality of the moving company you choose.
  17. “Moving companies have control over the timeline.” Events can take place that are outside of anyone’s control, such as ship delays. Don’t expect the timeline to be written in stone.
  18. “The port will always be open and available.” Certain ports around the world are known for strikes taking place frequently. The moving company can’t do anything about that, but it can at least let you know before the move takes place.
  19. “I’m only able to ship if I’ve got enough items for a full container.” If you don’t have a full container, the moving company can ship your things with someone else’s shipment.
  20. “Moving is always a stressful experience.” It can be, but choosing the right company is all about minimizing stress during a move.

When you choose Orbit, moving is not a stressful experience! Our personalized, professional and courteous customer service guarantees a pleasant move, no matter where you’re relocating to.


Corporate Relocation – Moving Employees to Dubai

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Corporate Relocation – Moving Employees to Dubai

Dubai is the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It has long been an important port, and it is a cosmopolitan metropolis which is home to a strong business environment. Many companies have chosen to relocate their employees to Dubai to take advantage of the abundant economic opportunities that exist there. Read more about relocating to Dubai and how Orbit can help make this process smooth and successful.

The Advantages of Moving to Dubai

If you live in a climate where winters are harsh, the sunny warmth of Dubai is quite enticing. However, the weather isn’t the only reason to relocate to this bustling city. Unlike other places in the Arabian Gulf, Dubai does not rely on oil to power its economy. That means there are numerous business opportunities there, and many companies based outside of Dubai have established bases in this emirate. Dubai is a tax-free haven, making it an attractive place to set up shop.

Because Dubai attracts so many foreign companies, its expatriate population is very diverse. You will be able to meet people from almost all over the world. The language of business is English, so don’t worry about learning much Arabic. If you’re bringing your family, you’ll have a number of options for your children’s education in English.

Important Things to Know Before Moving to Dubai

Companies need to sponsor employees in order for them to work in Dubai. The General Directorate of Residency and Foreign Affairs – Dubai handles visas for employees relocating to Dubai. Once employees obtain their visa, they will also need a health card, a residence card and a labour card. If you drive, you will need to transfer your driver’s license.

Employees will also need to open a bank account in Dubai. This involves submitting certain documents, including their passports with the residency stamp and a no objection certificate from their employer. The bank might also ask for a rental agreement and several passport-sized photographs of the person opening the account.

To obtain a telephone line or a cell phone, employees will need to supply their passport with residency stamp. In the case of a telephone line, they will need a rental agreement and a letter from their employer stating their salary details. For a cell phone, employees will also need to sign a yearly contract and pay an initial fee.

Getting internet access requires a similar process: employees need to show their passport with a residency stamp, and then fill out the requisite paperwork.

How Orbit Can Help You

At Orbit International Moving and Logistics Ltd., we pride ourselves on providing professional international moving service and making the relocation process as hassle-free as possible.

When you call Orbit to get a quote, we’ll give you an all-inclusive price upfront. There are no hidden fees.

Orbit also provides you with a dedicated moving coordinator. There will be one point of contact that will help you every step of the way. This person will be aware of your needs and concerns and will make the moving experience as smooth as possible for you.

We’ll tailor a moving package to meet your specific needs as well. That means that you won’t get more movers, boxes, equipment and trucks than necessary.

Orbit’s moving packages are full service: we’ll do the packing, and we’ll bring our own wrapping and packaging materials such as boxes and customized wooden crates. While our professional moving crew is packing your belongings, we’ll protect your floors from any damage. In addition, we use the latest marking technology to make sure your belongings arrive at their destination.

We’re a proud member of the International Association of Movers and The International Movers Network. Our reliability, outstanding customer service, training and technology make us the perfect choice for all of your moving needs.

Contact us today for your free, no-obligation quote: (416) 661-4228.

Corporate Moving Services and Relocating Employees

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Corporate Moving Services and Relocating Employees

The decision to ask an employee to relocate for his or her job is not an easy one. The employee must also make a difficult choice to move to a new city or even country for work. Despite this, there are some steps that can make the process easier. Read on for tips on relocating employees with a minimum of hassle.

Find a Reputable Moving Company

In order to make the idea of moving more appealing to employees, the employer must cover the cost of relocating. That is why it is so important to find a reliable moving company with an excellent reputation for your corporate relocation. You want your employees to be treated with dignity and respect during the process, and you also want to do business with an organization that operates with the highest degree of professionalism.

Looking for a Moving Company, Part I

The first step in finding a reputable moving firm is research. Ask for referrals from other professional contacts. They can be a valuable source of information on which moving companies deserve your business. Also, look at consumer advocacy sites for reports about a business’ shady practices. These sites can give you tips on moving company practices as well.

Another point to check is whether the company has the necessary licenses and insurance. For movers based in the US, visit In Canada, there is no licensing requirement for moving companies, so contact the Better Business Bureau to find out whether there have been complaints lodged against a company.

It is a good sign if a company is a member of a professional association. Membership in these groups is voluntary, and businesses must adhere to a set of standards in order to belong. In Canada, there is the Canadian Association of Movers, and in the US, there is the American Moving and Storage Association. The International Association of Movers is open to members from across the globe.

Looking for a Moving Company, Part II

Once you have found a few moving companies through your professional network, the next step is to get quotes for relocating employees. If a number of employees will be relocating at once, ask about volume discounts.

An added bonus is when the moving company offers to monitor and report on costs so that your business does not exceed its budget.

The Personal Touch

For your employees, relocating involves an enormous amount of upheaval, especially if they have families. Select a moving company with excellent customer service that will answer your and your employees’ questions and provide advice every step of the way. One of the things that will really help both you and your employees is to have a single point of contact. Moving companies that provide dedicated customer service representatives deserve a second look.

Additional Services

Some movers offer more than just relocating services. These companies sell comprehensive packages that provide more than just moving belongings from point A to point B.

Rental Assistance

Rental assistance helps employees find temporary accommodations while they search for a permanent place to live in their new city or country. The moving company teams up with real estate agents for this service.

Language Training

If your employee will be relocating to another country where he or she does not speak the native language, having a language instructor will be very helpful. Language lessons will allow the employee to communicate effectively and will ease the transition. The moving company works with language schools in the country to provide this service.

Family Support

Employees with spouses and children will have the biggest challenge moving to a new city and especially to a different country. If the spouse works outside of the home, he or she will need to find a new job, and if the children are school-aged, their parents need to enroll them in new schools. Family support services find work for spouses and identify educational options for children. These services are provided by a consultant hired by the moving company.

Relocating for work does not need to be a hassle that employees undertake reluctantly. With support from their companies, moving to a new city or country can be an exciting and rewarding adventure.

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