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Shipment Delays Expected in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro

Bad weather conditions are likely to cause delays

By Tímea Mészáros
February 6, 2012
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Move One kindly informs its clients and partners that there are delays expected on shipments to and from Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro due to bad weather conditions.

Overwhelmed by record snow and harsh temperatures, Serbia and Bosnia closed down schools and struggled to continue public transport and garbage pick-up Monday, as authorities focused on trying to help thousands trapped in the region’s remote mountain villages.

Europeans across the continent were continuing to dig out from heavy snow after a week of bitter cold. Temperatures have fallen as low as minus 33 Fahrenheit (minus 36 Celsius) in Ukraine, the hardest-hit country.

The big freeze has caused traffic chaos throughout Europe, blocking roads, and shutting down airports from the UK to Russia.

We appreciate your understanding during any potential delays and will continue to keep you informed of further developments. Move One staff is working around the clock to see that shipments are affected as little as possible.

Should you have any further questions, please contact your Move One representative or email moving@moveoneinc.com.

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