This note could be read by anyone out in and around London. It could be read by anyone in any other part of Great Britain or the United Kingdom. Because ever since Brexit, things have started to change. Business circumstances may be altered, so much so that it could affect personal circumstances, but not necessarily in a negative light. It always makes good sense to plan well, well ahead of the time of the inevitable.
But the inevitable will not only affect all or most British citizens. It could well have an impact, not necessarily negative, on their closest neighbors, the Irish, who have chosen to stay within the European Union. The majority of the Irish see this not only as good for their country’s economy but good for their affinity for multi-culturalism and personal lifestyle choices. The inevitable can affect many other Europeans too.
And at some stage or another, when the inevitable does happen, house and/or business removals to Brussels may have to be undertaken. It could just be the other way round. Again, whatever change comes in the future, mostly to do with economics, does not necessarily mean that it is all going to be bad. But what needs to be seriously considered, and many solid businesses are already doing this, is whether a full-scale relocation from one country or province (state, hamlet) to another may be necessary in order to ensure that the business continues to thrive.
That pondering thought is a case of stating the obvious, but it is usually the logistics and expenses that concern most businesses and personal interests. Particularly on the domestic level, there are the high emotions to go along with that. Even when moving from one flat to another in the very same town does cause a fair amount of trauma at worst, and excitement at best. So just imagine a move on the scale of from London to Brussels, or Dusseldorf to Brussels. And like any specialist in logistics will tell you, there really is only one solid way forward.
Simply put, rely on the experts. Always and only rely on professional handlers. And it always helps that their extensive experience is informing their erudite knowledge of all logistics. It goes without saying that a Brussels based organization is going to give all Brussels bound clients something of a good head start. But the furniture removal business that is able to go beyond just familiar territory will be head and shoulders above the rest. In the context here, it is absolutely essential that the moving consultants and labor-intensive movers have a sound knowledge of all European Union legislative procedures that have a bearing on tangible and intangible transits.
While there is freedom of movement across borders, even from the UK to the continent, each country, state or province still has its own regulations which need to be respected. Finally, apart from the actual moving, proper packaging still needs to be considered.