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When it comes to animals, Move One’s Pet Transportation department has extensive experience in not only relocating family pets, but also providing comprehensive transportation services for security and working dogs. The global demand for security dogs remains strong, particularly for specially trained munitions detection dogs and standard government security dogs, employed in hazardous and remote locations.
The Middle East logistics market seems to be growing rapidly, particularly in Iraq. As Iraqi infrastructure evolves, the country’s logistical needs and requirements continue to grow and change. In the past few years, logistical support in this part of the world, has become a strong focus area for all players in the logistics arena, and beyond.
Move One’s mission was to relocate a former U.S. Army combat field hospital; Comprehensive Health Services Incorporated, from a sprawling tented structure to a repurposed rocket and mortar resistant building, within the consulate’s new premises.
Move One’s Expat Eye is pleased to announce the latest addition to its award-winning series of virtual city guides. The complete video guide to Erbil is now live and covers essential information and tips for …
The Republic of Iraq recently hosted the Arab League Summit in Baghdad, the first major regional summit in a generation to take place in the country. Iraq’s Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki praised the meeting on the 29th March as a turning point in the emerging relationship between the country and the Arab world.
For expat families, the process of moving to a new country, finding a suitable accommodation or good school for their kids is just one of the many things they have to deal with …
As relocation experts, at Move One we understand how important it is to familiarize yourself with your potential new home before making the big move, and of course to have a seamless transition when settling …
Iraq Business News has reported that Iraq’s semi autonomous region of Kurdistan has opened its doors to over 400 foreign companies to expand their businesses in the fast-growing investment market. According to AK News, approximately 430 foreign companies registered their businesses in Kurdistan in 2011, an increase of nearly 30 percent compared to the previous year.
In recent weeks, Iraqi authorities have detained a large number of foreign contracts, estimated to be in the hundreds, the New York Times reports.
Move One is increasing its competitiveness in Iraq with new training initiatives and sending regional employees on temporary assignments.