Posts Tagged ‘International Relocation Services’

Relocating After Graduation

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

College graduation is an exciting yet unpredictable time of a young person’s life. Traditionally, college graduates go out into the business world, find a job, and move somewhere close by. Within the last few years, however, things have changed. The economy is now so bad for recent grads that up to 85% of them move back home with their parents after graduating. Unemployment for recent college graduates is at historic levels and it is very difficult for them to find jobs and therefore move into a new apartment or home.

For those that are successful at finding employment and are able to move into their own place, there are some things to think about when transitioning from the student world to the full time working one. Despite the fact that you are working and more money is coming in, it is essential to develop a budget. Costs can quickly rack up as you find yourself paying for gas, making car repairs and paying off student loans. There are plenty of online applications to help with budgeting and setting spending limits. In most states you can deduct the cost moving from your taxes to help recuperate from some increased costs.

Some graduates may find themselves moving far away from school and home to find a new job. Get acquainted with the areas within your price range before picking a new home or apartment to settle down in. Most places require at least a year long lease, so you’ll want to make sure that your new home is acceptable before signing any papers. Also make sure the location is close to places you like to shop and spend time, as that will drastically increase the enjoyment you get out of your new home or apartment.

 

Top of the Spots: Global Relocation Trends

Friday, July 15th, 2011

Unipack relocates businesses to countries all over the world. As a result, the company is well placed to monitor global relocation trends among its clients and spot the top European and non-European destinations for companies with relocating employees. So which countries are top of the spots for 2010?

Top 10 Non European Destinations 2010

1. (1-) USA
2. (2-) CHINA
3. (4>) SINGAPORE
4. (8>) BRAZIL
5. (7>) CANADA
6. (3<) AUSTRALIA
7. (5<) UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
8. (6<) INDIA
9. (9-) JAPAN
10. (12>) SOUTH KOREA

Top 10 European Destinations 2010

1. (3>) GERMANY
2. (1<) UNITED KINGDOM
3. (2<) FRANCE
4. (4-) SWITZERLAND
5. (5) SPAIN
6. (7>) BELGIUM
7. (6<) RUSSIA
8. (8-) NETHERLANDS
9. (9-) HUNGARY
10. (14>) ITALY
*Source ISIS Interdean statistics
( ) position during previous year

– no change
> gained
< dropped

For more information on global relocation and all of the hot spots this year, visit: https://unipack.net/

Quality Management and International Relocation

Monday, June 20th, 2011

On an international scale, factors which effect service delivery and the ability to measure it, are magnified. International Relocation demands rigid, thorough and effective systems of Quality Control in place. Service quality is dependent on expectations of the client, limitations on what can be achieved (customs, housing market, school availability etc) and a seamless service delivery from suppliers and contractors. Coupled with this, the corporate relocation sector demands top block service delivery for extremely high value clients. Operating in this area means that Unipack Global Relocation has applied this ethos throughout the company meaning service quality is consistently exceptional.

To maintain a high level of quality, Unipack Global Relocation has a dedicated Quality Management Team (QMT), reporting directly to the CEO and Managing Director.

The team compliments service offering by measuring and monitoring service delivery at every stage with the assistance of a dedicated and internally developed system. The QMT monitors all factors which effect service quality from the complex relationships with suppliers, partners and agents, to individual assignee satisfaction grading.

Why Hire a Relocation Service?

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

Moving internationally takes a great deal of planning; especially if this is your first time moving overseas. They say that in the course of a person’s life, he or she will move 11 times. Whether your reason is work-related or not, moving to another country to start a new life can be overwhelming.

When you move to another place, you usually bring your belongings with you. They make you feel good and make any new place feel like home. Some of those belongings are sentimental; some are necessities and some you are not sure why you even have anymore. Nevertheless, they are yours and now you have to figure out what to do with them. The best way to help you make sense of this task is to talk to and hire a professional international mover.

A professional international mover is someone who only does international shipments. They know what to do, how and when to do it. This professional international mover will be able to assist you in determining your volume, will take care of all the details behind the scenes, and will take good care of your belongings. The journey begins in your home in the US by packing your items (all of them, some of them or none of them), transporting your belongings, advising you about customs and delivering your belongings into your new home in your new country.

If this is your first time to live abroad, there are many questions you probably have regarding your belongings. What is the best way of transporting your possessions? How long does it take to get my belongings once they have been picked up? How far in advance should I place my order for pick up? Is packing included? Can I pack myself? What does packing cost? Do I need insurance? How much does insurance cost? What does insurance cover? Are there any items that are not allowed in my new destination country? Will I have to pay duties or taxes on the items I bring into the country? All of these questions can be answered by your international moving company.

The administration skill of the international mover you hire to manage your move from pick up to delivery will make your move successful. Understanding the structure of an International move will help you decide on the right international mover. There are many steps in the process to get your belongings from your home in the US to your new home in your new country.

Overseas Moving: Your Options

Friday, March 18th, 2011

People who wish to relocate overseas oftentimes require a lot of assistance. This is when overseas moving services come to mind. However, because the demand for these services is quite high, people are presented with the dilemma of selecting an overseas relocation service that is proper for them.

And so, how do you decide which moving service to use?

Many would prefer to go with the speed. A sound abroad moving service has to be able to deliver your household goods on schedule. In order to execute this, they might provide you with a specific promotional package which would allow them to accelerate the delivery. We all can confess how we do not in truth have any time to do the things that we need to, right? All right, by employing the foreign moving help which offers the quickest service then you’ll be able to make certain that you can manage your time in good order.

Some folks will go with location. It’s frequently better to engage an overseas mover which is stationed within your destination. This spares a lot of transfer cost. It likewise helps with the speed since people who are long-familiar with the destination could deliver the goods faster. There’s also the matter of the transport costs. Numerous overseas relocators may have associations with people at your country of destination. This implies that you will be able to save up on the price of moving.

Some people get going with the perks. There are some overseas moving companies which attempt to appeal to a lot of customers by proposing many add-ons when you charter their company. People may get side-tracked by a promo and they might wind up paying tons of hard currency in order to get something free. That is just asking to be scammed.

A lot of people proceed with reputation. It’s frequently the case that global moving companies get hired merely because they produce more advertising. If you go this route, you may finish up with a genuinely high quality moving service which fulfills its reputation. Nonetheless, somebody can just as well end up spending an unnecessarily big amount of money in order to pay for the moving company’s brand.