Significant increased number of enquiry’s from people looking to move personal belongings and furniture from UK to Brazil, experienced by Bristol Based International Removals company

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Independently owned 1st Move International Removals Ltd, based in Avonmouth, has experienced a significant growth in the number of enquiries from customers looking to move their personal belongings including their furniture to Brazil.

1st Move International Removals Ltd

1st Move International Removals Ltd

Based on current trends the company is anticipating an increase in the number of people enquiring to move to Brazil alone of over 30% over the course of 2012

During the last 12 months, the business has recognised that Brazil appears to be fast becoming one of the potential growth destinations for the exportation of household goods. Some of the enquiries are from UK nationals taking up new employment opportunities in a growing economy while the majority are from Brazilians’ returning home following the end of a particular employment or contract or for students completing their studies.

The business has identified that the main areas of the world that they already ship to on a regular basis are not the only destinations growing in popularity. There are also a number of newer growth areas and countries to add to their portfolio and South America is one of those areas also experiencing a growth in interest, with Brazil at the top for 1st Move International Removals. Based on current trends the company is anticipating an increase in the number of people enquiring to move to Brazil alone of over 30% over the course of 2012. This is a significant growth potential for the shipment of customer’s belongings and the business wants to be able to assist as many people as possible with their moves overseas. They also want to ensure that anyone taking their personal belongings to anywhere in the world recognise the specific regulations and controls for the country of destination and always encourage customers and potential customers moving to Brazil to contact the Brazilian Embassy in London and or the Customs office at the destination or port of entry for clarification in respect of any concerns that they may have relating to items that they wish to import or indeed any potential taxes or duties which may be payable on arrival.

To find out more about the services offered from this International Removals company have a look at the website or give them a call and the team will be happy to assist you with your move overseas - http://www.shipit.co.uk

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