Moving Abroad


How to move art and valuable items?

05 June, 2017 06:00  EasyExpat EasyExpat

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AGS Movers: packing a painting

Moving valuable items like art or treasured timepieces require a strong know-how with a specific logistical finesse. AGS Movers is an expert in international removal with nearly half a century’s experience and we’re specialists in moving valuable items.  (More)

   


Moving with children

29 May, 2017 06:00  EasyExpat EasyExpat

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AGS Movers: Children and boxes

A relocation is a very exciting experience for you and your family but it can also be a very stressful time for your children. AGS Movers relocates more than 70 000 families every year and understands the pressure a move can put on the entire family. Here are a few tips to help your kids understand and adapt to the new changes(More)

   


Moving internationally: why “hands-off” is sometimes better!

24 November, 2015 13:50  EasyExpat EasyExpat

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AGS Movers: packing

So you’ve just signed the papers for a new job offer overseas, and your removal checklist looks like this: pack boxes, find the cheapest quote and move! In this feature AGS Movers advises against that approach, explaining the benefits of using a quality-accredited leader in the removals industry.

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Moving internationally: your two biggest decisions

16 October, 2015 10:00  EasyExpat EasyExpat

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In today’s global village, you could unexpectedly receive a foreign job offer and be faced with the prospect of an international relocation for yourself and your family! Here we describe the two biggest decisions you’ll have to make, and the support that AGS Movers provides.

Firstly, relax – you have nothing to worry about! From the moment you request a free quote for your removal from AGS, one of our professional relocation consultants will meet with you at your home to help assess your household’s needs, answer your questions and provide guidance.

Although they sound obvious, the two biggest moving decisions have several knock-on impacts that aren’t always clear at the beginning.  (More)

   


Three tips for dealing with the last minute moving dilemmas

29 June, 2015 08:00  EasyExpat EasyExpat

Moving and loading boxesThe last minute moving atmosphere is that short moment of an overwhelming atmosphere and rushing people, which usually lasts quite longer than just a short moment. Because of that, you probably want to take some extra measurements and activities to enhance the atmosphere or at least to reduce the stress. Let's take a look at three common pieces of advice that are always helpful, especially if you plan a big house relocation with all the family members, the kids and the pets, as well as piles of moving boxes, heavy objects... (More)

   


Three deciding factors for international removals

20 June, 2015 07:00  EasyExpat EasyExpat

Article sponsored by AGS

AGS Worldwide Movers

The day you’ve been dreaming about is finally here: your chance to move to a new country! While you turn your dreams into reality, we’ll explain why choosing AGS to conduct the international removal of your home or office contents is so hassle-free.

We understand that removals can be the last thing on your mind during this exciting and busy period, but a few minutes spent choosing AGS as your removal company are well worthwhile. Our 95% customer satisfaction rate is proof of that!  (More)

   


Moving checklist compilation steps

15 June, 2015 08:00  EasyExpat EasyExpat

Moving checklist compilation stepsIt's usually hard to complete the moving checklist in time and sometimes you modify it until the last moment and even at the moving day. That's why a great idea is to follow the next moving checklist compilation steps, which can help you with an easier organization when moving house. (More)

   


EU won't axe mobile roaming fees for a while

27 April, 2015 08:19  EasyExpat EasyExpat

Once Yes, another time No. From July 2014 roaming prices in Europe have fallen again from 20 to 55%.

Under the leadership of the European Commission, the roaming prices have melted by 80% since 2007. They are currently:

  • €0.19 for an outgoing call (0.24 before);
  • €0.05 for an incoming call (0.07 before);
  • €0.06 for SMS (0.08 before);
  • €0.20 for each megabyte of data downloaded (0.45 before);
  • SMS messages received are free.

Yes the European Commission wanted to go much further and its real goal was to remove all the extra costs; a sort of United States of digital Europe with a single cost wherever you are located within the European Union.

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AGS: We Move The People Who Move The World

14 April, 2015 09:03  EasyExpat EasyExpat

Article sponsored by AGS

AGS Worldwide Movers

Let AGS Worldwide Movers’ 40+ years of experience move you! With a network of over 129 locations in 82 countries, AGS offers a complete, seamless relocation solution, to and from anywhere in the world. From packing to short or long-term storage, services provided by AGS Worldwide Movers are personalised and adapted to suit its clients’ needs. More than 55 000 families place their trust in AGS Worldwide Movers every year, and so can you.  (More)

   


An Expat in Cape Town

31 March, 2015 10:08  Erin Erin

At EasyExpat we provide the latest in expat news, but sometimes a personal journey can best explain the unique challenges and triumphs involved in moving abroad. Expat Kate shared the story of her move to South Africa on Expat-Quotes and we are sharing it again here.

Kate Move to South Africa I’ve always enjoyed travelling – in fact, after I left school it was pretty much the only thing I was interested in doing with my life. I wasn’t bothered about uni or further study, and I certainly didn’t fancy knuckling down to a full time job. I had a fantastic few years travelling around the world visiting Australasia, Asia, Europe, North & South America and North Africa. Eventually, I realised I would need to settle down at some point and find a career – but after a few long years back in England, I had itchy feet again.
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