FIDI issues warning on global energy prices for International Moving industry

By Bournes Relocation Solutions - June 22, 2022
FIDI issues warning on global energy prices for International Moving industry

FIDI, the leading professional association for International Household Goods Movers, has written to its members around the world to update them on the impact on the moving industry of the significant rises in energy costs. 

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Shipping Market Update March 2022 - Movers Trading Club

By Bournes Relocation Solutions - March 28, 2022
Shipping Market Update March 2022 - Movers Trading Club

As most of you will know the shipping industry has faced significant challenges since the start of the pandemic which has had a major impact on the cost and service levels from Shipping Lines for container shipments for relocating employees.

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Shipping Market 2022 expectations - British Association of Removers (Oct 21)

By Bournes Relocation Solutions - October 27, 2021
Shipping Market 2022 expectations - British Association of Removers (Oct 21)

The British Association of Removers (BAR) have issued updated guidance (October 2021) regarding the current state of the shipping market and expectations for 2022. 

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Current State of the Shipping Market - British Association of Removers

By Bournes Relocation Solutions - September 21, 2021
Current State of the Shipping Market - British Association of Removers

The British Association of Removers (BAR) have issued updated guidance (September 2021) regarding the current state of the shipping market. 

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Bournes acquires new facilities to expand UK coverage

By Bournes Relocation Solutions - September 14, 2021
Bournes acquires new facilities to expand UK coverage

Bournes Moves has announced its acquisition of local Removals and Storage Company Robinsons of Aylesbury. The move adds strength to Bournes coverage of South East UK and brings the expertise and extensive resources of Bournes to a wider audience. 

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Bournes offer sustainable global mobility programmes in partnership with ecolegIT

By Bournes Relocation Solutions - September 6, 2021
Bournes offer sustainable global mobility programmes in partnership with ecolegIT

Bournes are proud to offer all clients the opportunity to incorporate sustainability into relocation services by offsetting the carbon emissions generated by household goods moves, through the ecolegIT sustainability program.

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What does a good international relocation experience really mean?

By Bournes Relocation Solutions - August 5, 2021
What does a good international relocation experience really mean?

A few years ago we changed our customer satisfaction scoring system to try and find out more than just ‘if’ the assignees we relocated were happy, but also why. We wanted to know what it was about their experience that made it a positive one; what made them delighted or when they didn’t feel that way, where had we got it wrong and what could we do to fix it?

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Global Mobility Recovery Checklist

By Natalie Chapman | - March 12, 2021
Global Mobility Recovery Checklist

As many companies are starting to see some shoots of optimism we believe now is a great time to be reviewing and adjusting Global Mobility programmes, policies and mindset to complement some of the changes and opportunities that have arisen in the past 12 months. 

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Freight rate increases due for International Employee Shipments

By Bournes Relocation Solutions - January 22, 2021
Freight rate increases due for International Employee Shipments

The shipping industry is currently facing a range of major challenges worldwide, resulting in restricted capacity for International Container shipments. This is likely to have two major impacts on Corporate Employee Relocations and at Bournes we have been providing advanced warning to help our customers prepare as follows: 

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Managing multiple generations in Global Mobility

By Bournes Relocation Solutions - January 11, 2021
Managing multiple generations in Global Mobility

Today we are seeing at least 4 generations in the workplace. In fact, in some companies there are 5 as Traditionalists (born pre-1946) delay retirement.

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