Move One Mongolia Relocates to a New Office
Move One has further expanded its range of services in Mongolia by opening a new office in Ulaan Baatar
Move One is pleased to announce the relocation of our Mongolia HQ to a new address, a larger more prestigious address that meets the requirements of an expanding workforce and allows for further augmentation and increases the capacity and range of services already available to international clients in the area.
Located in the Sukhbaatar district of downtown Ulaan Baatar, overlooking the business heart of the city, the facility continues to allow for unparalleled levels of coordination, tracking, and customer service throughout the region. The office will continue to coordinate operations in Move One’s secure warehouse to the West of the capital. The combination of direct, on-site management and extensive logistics facilities has positioned Move One as a key player in Mongolia’s industrial development. In addition to becoming the frontrunner in regional freight-forwarding and logistics services, Move One has also become instrumental in developing international trade and political relations between the US and Mongolia.
Mongolia has some of the world’s biggest untapped reserves of gold, coal and uranium, including the Oyu Tolgoi project, a mineral deposit so large that it is could produce a third of the worlds copper. This and other mega-scale projects in Mongolia has attracted foreign investors to the regions rugged and often remote locations, who have since come to rely on Move One’s local expertise. Speaking about the new offices and expanded regional capabilities, Move One’s Country Manager Noah Glasco said that “…It will allow us to concentrate our administrative, tracking and sales activities at a core location, closer to our client base in order to maximize customer service. Combined with the capabilities of our newly opened warehouse we are now in an even stronger position to provide our comprehensive range of services to an ever expanding customer base.”
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