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Relocation

The process of moving a building or structure to a new location, usually placing it on a totally new foundation.
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For many managers who are assigned the responsibility for relocation, this is a once-in-a-career situation, and they are unaware of the many complexities involved.
Luckily, there is a diverse array of relocation specialists in Japan that aim to ease the transition.
The logistics of moving to a new city can be daunting, but one company strives to put your mind at ease--Chicago-based Alliance Relocation Services L.
Most of the county's leasing activity, however, continued to come from internal sources, as Fairfield properties failed to attract any major relocations from New York City.
ReloJapan's relocation team has been in the business of 'expats helping expats' since 1991.
When I formed this company just nine months ago, I recognized demand in the market for corporate relocation and renovation consulting that could be deployed immediately to the benefit of companies of every size," Ms.
SPM's recent accomplishments include the successful establishment of Price Waterhouse in new headquarters at 1177 Avenue of the Americas, and the relocation of Siemens Corporation to new Manhattan headquarters offices at 1301 Avenue of the Americas.