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How To Move Overseas
One of themost exciting aspects of the global marketplace is the potential to work almostanywhere in the world. If your career calls for you to move overseas for a newopportunity, you may be thrilled but also nervous about what a relocation ofthat distance could involve. Along with adjusting to the culture shock ofliving in a foreign country, you’ll also have to wrestle with the logisticalchallenges that come along with it. You already know how stressful it can be tosimply move across town. Now add an ocean between you and your destination.
However, an internationalmove needn’t be an overwhelming experience. With a bit of preparation and theright resources, you can ensure your foreign relocation remains something youmostly look forward to doing. For example, arranging for your car to be shippedwell in advance with a reputable transport service can take a lot of worry offyour plate. In fact, having an experienced logistics company on your side canmake the entire process as simple and stress-free as possible.
Today’sconnected world means your job could take you places you’ve never been. Theaccompanying guide contains essential advice to help you ensure your move isthe happy adventure you want it to be.
About the Author
Kay Lester is founder and President of Trans Global Auto Logistics, a licensed NVOCC and freight forwarder in Arlington, TX. Lester, who has more than 35 years of experience in logistics, enjoys finding solutions for what appear to be difficult projects — and working with customers from around the world.