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Mozambique: the time has come.


Operating in MozambiqueMarta Pinto Coelho Roff from Maputo Relocation in Mozambique explains how getting things done can be difficult in this booming country.

OMNI recognises its leading members


Pedro Mello (left) and Fabricio Bertoldo (right) of Metropolitan Transports and OMNI President Tori Ferrante (centre)OMNI (Overseas Moving Network International) has recognised the achievements of its leading shippers with its annual tonnage awards presented at the network’s conference in Seville.

The Tyre-Kickers


Eric Bornman, buzzsurveyEric Bornman from buzzsurvey argues that video survey tools can help you to convert some of those more casual enquiries.

New ‘Live-Chat’ service launched for the moving industry


Andy Soloman and Simon Taylor from YomdelA new service, which claims to dramatically improve the number of leads generated from moving companies’ websites, has been launched by UK technology company Yomdel.

An obituary for Denis Caulfield


Denis was always the life and soul of any partyOn 4 July the moving industry lost one its most treasured sons: Denis Caulfield passed away suddenly in France, aged 75.

Build it and they will come


Ray daSilva and his wife AprilAn interview by Steve Jordan with a man who does not wait for approval, does not play it safe; he believes in his instincts, takes a lead and is delighted when others follow.

Taking care of your cyber security


Rupert Irons Rupert Irons, Sector Manager for C31A Solutions presented at the BAR conference (British Association of Removers) in Stratford-upon-Avon in May.

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The White & Co Mystery Mover August 2019

Congratulations to Chris Ace from OMNI who spotted the picture of Bryan Putt from Aires last month. Do you know who the formally-dressed chap is this month? If you do you stand a chance of winning the White and Company Black and Red watch.

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LATEST NEWS

Juan Herrera joins Willis Relocation Group


 Juan HerreraThe Willis Relocation Risk Group (WRRG) has announced the appointment of Juan Herrera as its client services manager.

Automated vehicles move one step closer


The Lexus LS automatic vehicle on the streets of BrusselsToyota Motor Europe (TME) is beginning automated driving (AD) on public roads in Europe. 

How to avoid receiving a prohibition notice


The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) in the UK says that it has issued 7,000 prohibition notices in the last 12 months against companies that have not properly maintained their vehicles. The organisation said that failure to maintain vehicles could lead to death or serious injury.

John Mason receives approval for ETSF


John Mason International has announced that it has become one of the first companies in the UK to receive approval from UK Border Force as a new External Temporary Storage Facility (ETSF). This was achieved on 30 April, 2019 just before the 1 May deadline set by the authorities.

Crown Workspace appoints new regional director for UK & Ireland


Phil OramCrown Workspace UK and Ireland has appointed Phil Oram as its new regional director. The company specialises in commercial relocations, space planning and interior design, office fit-out and move management.

UK government may ban hands-free phone use while driving


The UK government is considering banning the use of hands-free phone use while driving, following a report published on 13 August, 2019 by the House of Commons Transport Committee.

Consultation regarding the use of tyres that are more than ten years old.Consultation on banning tyres aged 10 years and older - only 2 weeks to go


The Department for Transport’s (DFT) consultation on banning 10-year-old tyres closes on 1 September, so there's only around two weeks left to have your say.

UK housing market down and staying there


Mark Hayward, NAEAMark Haywood from the UK’s National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) addressed the BAR conference (British Association of Removers) in May with a fairly stark appraisal of the UK housing market.

New website for Sterling Lexicon


Sterling Lexicon websiteSterling Lexicon has announced the launch of its newly-redesigned website, sterlinglexicon.com, providing an integrated global platform for its customers in the global relocation marketplace.

Are employers keeping pace with healthcare needs?


Sarah Dennis There has been a shift in the most utilised benefits by overseas staff, towards preventative healthcare and mental health support, yet businesses may not have kept pace with their offering, warns Sarah Dennis, Head of International for The Health Insurance Group.

Buckling up for 60 years


Volvo - Nils Bohlin It seems hard to imagine a time when vehicles did not have seat belts, but it’s 60 years ago that they were invented, by Volvo.

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Use it or lose it


It is a bit of a cliché but the reason clichés become so over used is because they often mean exactly what they say. Use it or lose it is exactly what I mean when it comes to The Mover magazine.


You see the beauty of The Mover is that it is independent: it’s not published by anyone who has a ‘position’ in the industry or any axe to grind (there’s another cliché for you). That means we can publish what we like, sometimes sail a little close to the wind (whoops!), and tell the truth as we see it, even if that upsets a few people.  That’s why, I wager, you like to read it and it has been so successful over the last nine years or so.

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