In support of a Qatari Infrastructure project Move One transported two 180 ton gantry cranes from Dubai, UAE to Doha, Qatar.
As part of our operations in Afghanistan, Move One is currently handling the deployment and redeployment of military assets into and out of the country.
Move One undertook the transport of a RTCH (Rough Terrain Container Handler) from Kandahar Airfield to Camp Bastion.
On a regular basis Move One provides KKT deliveries to the US military. Trucks originating from Germany pass through Kazakhstan and into Kyrgyzstan where Move One takes over delivery.
Between 2011 and 2012 Move One was responsible for transporting a water rig within Afghanistan on 6 occasions in support of the US and Afghan militaries.
Move One has made over 4,500 perishable and frozen food deliveries for military and diplomatic missions in Afghanistan since 2005.
In order to support infrastructure developments in Africa, Move One delivered two water rigs from Djibouti port into Ethiopia.
In early 2013, Move One handled a massive oil and gas pipe shipment, originating in the United States and destined for Afghanistan. The shipment, a gift from the US Military to the Afghan government, involved 1,120 pieces of pipe, each weighing 645 kgs.
Move One is pleased to announce that after widespread success from existing efforts in the region, it will open a new office location during the Summer of 2014 in Amman, the capital city of Jordan, with plans for future expansion for a Move One office in the Port of Aqaba. read more..
Move One Assists in Syrian Humanitarian Aid Project through its Expert ‘Last Mile’ Logistics As the UPS authorised service contractor for Iraq, Move One, yesterday received over 100 tons of UNICEF emergency supplies for Syrian refugees. read more..
The UK has long-established ties with many Gulf states, but never has the economic link been them been so important. Ahead of the UAE president’s state visit to London, Simon Atkinson examines how the dynamic between the regions is changing. read more..
Moving project cargo into Afghanistan can be one of the most difficult and dangerous of tasks. A major route being used by those brave operators taking up the challenge is the so-called Northern Distribution Network. read more..
For 20 years Move One has operated in some of the most inhospitable and unpredictable environments on earth, from the war-torn zones of the former Yugoslavia to Afghanistan. Its CEO Curt Clements takes a moment to reflect… "It’s been a blur," says Curt Clements, CEO of Move One. read more....