Move4U's Monthly Round-Up September
Move4U’s Monthly round-up is the ideal way for you to read and share information about breaking news stories, events and everything that matters withi...
Move4U’s Monthly round-up is the ideal way for you to read and share information about breaking news stories, events and everything that matters within the moving and relocation industry. This is our editor’s pick for March:
Relocation Trends 2020
This article by 'The Mover' discusses trends in the relocation industry for 2020: a new generation of workers, how artificial intelligence is still too new for the industry and that the relocation industry should expect continued growth. Even though the current constraints on global mobility make it appear if peak season is still far away, you should use this valuable time in between to get back on your feet and start working towards higher grounds: this article is worth the read!
Global Restrictions Visualized
As the coronavirus continues to have a massive impact on the world, the Keller Swiss Group provides an helpful overview on their website. Here you can find a world map that shows which restrictions currently apply per country for traveling and transportation.
U.S. Department Of Defense Implements Domestic Travel Ban
The Pentagon handed down sweeping travel restrictions for service members, their families and civilian employees as a means to stop the spread of COVID-19. This means that all PCS moves are postponed. What will this mean for the upcoming peak season? This video from the Military Times explains it all.
Instant Everything: opportunities in the industry with Ray daSilva
Last but not least! In The last mile discusses Ray daSilva, President at Mobility Exchange, the opportunities for the moving industry. One of the most important opportunities that lie ahead for the industry will be instant customer demand: "What we need to recognize is that the control of our business will flow to the companies that implement and operate the near-flawless technology that customers have begun to take for granted from companies with closed systems like Amazon, FedEx and UPS" argues daSilva. If you haven't read this article yet, we highly recommend taking a look at it right now.