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LEAD STORY

Credo Movers. A company for sale





After over 27 years in business, Piero Peic has decided to sell his business in Zagreb, Croatia. Here, Steve Jordan spoke to Piero to find out more.


EDITOR'S PICKS

How removal companies can make more money from lead generation

By Damien Seaman, Brand Manager, buzzmove.com.

Fox Moving & Storage opens £1,000,000 extension to Cwmbran HQ

Deputy Editor David Jordan travels to South Wales on 27 January to celebrate the opening of Fox Group (Moving & Storage) Ltd’s impressive £1,000,000 extension to its Cwmbran headquarters.

Mudinmar – the Spanish connection

Mudinmar is a family-owned business based in Valencia, Spain. It’s a family company that specialises in providing a service to The Canary Islands and The Balearics. Steve Jordan spoke to the current generation to find out more.

Fake news, the weapon that leaves no scars

There’s nothing new about fake news - it’s been used in warfare and politics for centuries - but with the invention of the Internet and social media the ability to disseminate fake news is in everyone’s pocket. Deputy Editor David Jordan looks at the possible consequences

The Russian Way

In 2016, IWM in Moscow chalked up 20 years in the moving industry. Steve Jordan talked to Victoria Chub, the company’s managing director, to find out more about running a moving business in Russia.

Way out west

Steve Jordan dropped in to see an old friend in Perth, Australia, to chat about the business and to speculate on what the future may hold.

Credo Movers. A company for sale

After over 27 years in business, Piero Peic has decided to sell his business in Zagreb, Croatia. Here, Steve Jordan spoke to Piero to find out more.

LATEST ISSUE



Steve Jordan, Editor of The Mover, gives an overview of the stories appearing in the March issue.

THE WHITE & CO MYSTERY MOVER COMPETITION - MARCH



Well done to Paul Felton from Momentous who spotted Louis Le Roux from Stuttafords having a go at the Tango in Buenos Aires (where else) in around 1997. This month you need to identify the dashing young man enjoying a glass of wine. If you can, you stand a chance of being this month’s winner of the White and Company Red and Black watch. Answers please to editor@themover.co.uk.

LATEST NEWS

HM Customs service will need more resources post Brexit

The UK government will need to address key transport concerns to ensure Brexit is a success, says the Road Haulage Association (RHA).

Just My Luck!

Tony Allen's topical monthly column.

Orphee Beinoglou receives growth award in Greece

Orphee Beinoglou in Greece has been honoured as one of only 20 winners in the country’s Awards for Growth and Competition ‘Growth Awards’, organised jointly by Eurobank and Grant Thornton.

Prepare for GDPR regardless of Brexit

Experts say don't give up on data reforms just because the UK is quitting Europe. Here, John Culkin, Director of Information Management for Crown Records Management, explains why.

Kidd’s Removals presented with model truck following winning bid

East Yorkshire-based Kidd’s Removals were presented with a scale model of a removals van liveried in their sister company Sandersons’ distinctive blue and yellow colours at The Movers & Storers Show last November. 

Trucksmith scoops What Van? magazine award

Readers of leading transport industry magazine What Van? have voted Trucksmith ‘Van Converter of the Year 2017’.

The future of information management

Dominic Johnstone, Head of Information Management Services at Crown Records Management, looks at five hot topics that should exercise the minds of all those involved in information management.

Good housebuilding figures likely to continue to grow in 2017

After a year of unpredictability for the UK economy as a whole, overall contract value figures for the construction sector reached £70 billion, decreasing by 5% compared to 2015.

Kidd’s Training Services appointed a BAR Approved Training Centre

Kidd’s Training Services of Hornsea, East Yorkshire, has become an Approved Training Centre for the British Association of Removers (BAR). Kidds is a highly-respected training organisation which has been running courses for the removals industry for the past 17 years.

Continued uncertainty for container shipping market

Xeneta, the global benchmarking and market intelligence platform for containerized ocean freight, is forecasting further uncertainty for the global container shipping market in 2017.

DKV triples its Irish service network

DKV Euro Service, a prominent service provider in the transport and logistics area, has extended its Irish service network, so far consisting of 75 acceptance points, to over 225 acceptance points. 

Moveware appoints new general manager

Removals management software specialist Moveware Ltd, has appointed Kamran Ahmed as general manager with responsibility for Europe, Middle East & Africa.

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EDITOR'S BLOG

A global perspective


This month we seem to have spread our journalistic wings even further than usual with feature stories from Croatia, Russia, Spain and Australia.  As you read this I will be on my travels again at the OMNI conference in The Seychelles via FIDI in Dubai.  I suspect, therefore, the global coverage will continue. 


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