DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (April 15, 2013) – Move One is pleased to announce the successful certification of its quality management, environmental management, and occupational health and safety management systems. Move One Dubai met the …
Move One understands our customers unique needs and the difficulties they face operating in frontier and emerging markets. We listen to the needs of our customers whether it’s a request to operate in a remote …
Move One is pleased to report a recent and pivotal industry update. After several years of negotiations, and acknowledging growing threats to the security of the global supply chain, the EU and USA have agreed to mutually recognize each other’s “trusted traders”.
Move One Logistic is proud to present the expansion of its capabilities in the African country of Djibouti through strategic partnerships offering customers unique tailored services.
Move One recently completed a shipment with a difference. Always expanding and open to new and exciting possibilities Move One, in partnership with Dubai Diggers Dragon Boat Club, shipped two traditional teak dragon boats from Hong Kong to Dubai. This shipment proved yet again, Move One has the ability to ship anything, anywhere, regardless of shape or size.
Move One recently completed a challenging shipment from the United States (U.S.) to Mongolia for a global manufacturer of industrial tools and equipment. The company entrusted Move One with the delivery of oversized cylinders, containers, and batteries to serve Mongolia’s rapidly growing mining industry.
The demand for armored vehicles in the world is growing. Such vehicles have become standard equipment for organisations and companies operating in conflict zones and dangerous and hostile environments. In recent years, the use of armored vehicles has increased, especially in the regions such as Iraq and Afghanistan, ensuring safe transportation for military, civilian and government personnel operating in unsafe areas.
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.
The global transportation of commodities has become a necessity in the modern world, with customers expecting the seamless delivery of their freight. This includes the movement of dangerous goods, also known as hazardous material, or HAZMAT.
France recently withdrew 200 French troops from Afghanistan as a part of an accelerated pullout from the country. French President Nicolas Sarkozy stated that France will be pulling out 1,000 of its soldiers – 400 more than its previous withdrawal target – and withdraw all combat forces by the end of 2013.