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Your company’s global reach has expanded; you have sales in new countries, or you have merged with (or acquired) a foreign enterprise. International business travelers’ assignments have morphed into short-term assignments which are, in turn, morphing into long-term assignments.
Posted By Pat DeDonato
Delays for inbound and outbound household goods shipments at all Brazil air and sea ports are anticipated due to a strike by Brazilian Customs Officers. Shipments are expected to be delayed, causing additional port storage, demurrage, and various other charges to be assessed.
Posted By Patrick Lewis
For the fifth year in a row, Cartus is conducting its Relocation’s Biggest Challenges survey, and we want to hear from you! Whether you run a domestic program or manage relocation around the world, we’re inviting you to participate in our survey and share your insights, perspectives, and best…
Posted By Cindy Madden
How do specific industry sectors approach management of their global mobility programs and policies? Cartus Industry Profiles present snapshots of the different ways in which individual industries approach key issues related to the handling of their relocation programs, based on data compiled for…