New Zealand’s immigration agency has revealed that it has experienced an unprecedented spike in interest of Moving to New Zealand following the UK’s recent Brexit vote.
With 10,647 registrations of interest from potential British migrants in the seven weeks which followed the referendum result, New Zealand has revealed it fears a “British invasion” could be on the cards.
If you’re one of some 10,000 applicants hoping to migrate across the world to New Zealand, then you’ll know there’s a whole host of things to organise, and perhaps one of the most important factors to consider is the moving of your belongings.
At such a stressful (and equally exciting) time, you need to rely on a removals company with years of experience; a company you can trust to transport all your family’s worldly belongings to start your new life on the other side of the world. Look no further than Fleet Removals.
From organising and packing, to carefully loading and transporting, our family run business understands the stresses and strains of moving to New Zealand, after all, we’ve been helping families just like yours across the North West get their new lives in NZ off to the best start.
With regular shipments to all major destinations including Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Nelson and Lyttleton, our team would be more than happy to provide you with a free no obligation quote.
Our services include full container shipping, part load shipping, baggage, crated LCL and car or motorbike shipping, so you can be sure we have all bases covered. Once we’ve provided you with a quotation we can assign you a dedicated coordinator to ensure your international move goes without a hitch.
What’s more, we also offer shipping from New Zealand back to the UK, so if you decide at any point to move items back to the UK we have you covered.
So if you and your family are interested in studying, working or investing in New Zealand (whether you’re motivated by the Brexit decision or not) take the first step in starting your exciting new lives by contacting Fleet Removals today.