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  • Customer Service – Does it really matter who left the sandwich?

    By Frank Peditto · March 27 2012 · Guest Blog

    Our core industry is transportation. We works with individuals, most often those involved in a corporate relocation, to facilitate the move of their vehicle within the United States or internationally. While we are known as a transportation company, our core business is really customer service, and it is something we reinforce in our operations each…

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  • Rental Assistance – Who Needs It?

    By Valerie Dean · March 23 2012 · Domestic Relocation

    Quite often, whether the relocating employee is a homeowner or renter, they are electing to rent in the new location. In many locations across the country, the rental market can be a challenge to navigate. Whereas there is an extensive database via many websites for selling a property, the rental market is a different story. Customs vary from…

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  • Motoring in South Africa – What is the Best Way to Get Around?

    By Jaya Parmar · March 19 2012 · Relocation Policy & Trends

    South Africa is one of the most enchanting and diverse countries in the world. It boasts having the best road system in Africa. To get around, the use of a car is recommended, as public transport is infrequent and unpredictable. For the short term, the solution is car rental. Pre-booking is essential, as rental cars…

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  • Renter’s Insurance – It Doesn’t Cost As Much As You Think

    By Paula Sjostedt · March 16 2012 · Domestic Relocation

    Have you been wondering about whether you’ll be protected if your personal property gets damaged, or if someone is injured in your apartment? Below are frequently asked questions about renter’s insurance and why you should strongly consider purchasing it. 1. Why do I need renter’s insurance? You need renter’s insurance to cover you if any of your furniture,…

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  • Five Principles for Adapting to Change

    By Laura Wilkins · March 15 2012 · Global Mobility Management

    Considering the ever-accelerating rate of change in today’s workplace and environment, there may be no more important skill than the ability to adapt successfully to change. At times, adapting to change comes easily. Other times, particularly when an employee is requested by his/her company to move to a new state or country, the employee may…

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  • Three Top Tips for Moving Transferees with Pets

    By Caitlin Moore · March 5 2012 · Guest Blog

    When pet-owning transferees are facing a big move, it’s safe to say their pets are their top priority. The logistics associated with moving animals abroad can seem mysterious, and there are typically more emotions involved than with moving material possessions, so it’s important to go about planning a corporate pet move with plenty of attention to…

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