A couple who were moving to Mauritius had enough belongings to fill two containers. Normally this would have taken two weeks to pack and load. However, we only had a one week window due to shipping times. So we doubled our efforts and got both containers ready to go within a week.
A customer had a large and sophisticated sound system which he wanted to take to New Zealand. It included mixing desks, sound processing equipment and miles of costly gold wiring embedded in the walls. We brought in specialists to safely dismantle and extract every item. Each piece was painstakingly packed in 125 different wooden crates with customised foam interiors. Every single item arrived at the customer’s new home without damage.
A celebrity family were moving from LA to the West Country. As with any move, we appointed a Move Manager who oversees everything and is the liaison between all parties involved. This makes moving easier, as there is only one person to deal with. Also, all our staff sign a Confidentiality Agreement, which is particularly important for celebrities as it ensures the move and the location of the new home will not be disclosed to anyone. Throughout the move all our staff operated with the utmost professionalism and discretion.
A Countess was moving from London to an old palace on the waterfront in Genoa. Not only did the property have poor access, but also vehicles were not permitted in the area. We appointed a trusted local company who obtained permission from the police and were granted temporary access. All the Countess’s belongings were delivered safely to her new royal residence.
A customer was moving from London to a villa she had purchased with her brother in Lausanne, Switzerland. Her belongings were travelling from London, but before they could leave, they had to be combined with her brother’s items which were arriving from Paris. We allocated two land trains and worked seamlessly with the other removal company to ensure that the two consignments came together at the right time. We also ensured that the two sets of belongings were individually marked, so they could be easily identified and placed in the appropriate part of the villa.