Moving in and out of the region is a breeze with Asian Tigers Mobility
Philippines company helps expatriates, international corporations and families move in and out of the Philippines
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It is 7 o’clock in the morning, and lined up within Asian Tigers Mobility’s warehouses in the Philippines are rows of yellow moving trucks, toolkits and neatly uniformed crew members and packers. Managers with clipboards walk around each row to inspect the vehicles, tools and staff with military-like precision during the company’s monthly inspection process, ensuring everything and everyone is in excellent working condition.
“We’ve always strongly emphasised quality,” says Gerard Lane, president of Asian Tigers Philippines, brand owner of Asian Tigers Mobility in the country. “It’s not just sales talk, it’s putting in the time, effort and funding to reinforce the notion that we are serious about quality.”
Ranked within the world’s top 10 movers for having the lowest claims rates, Asian Tigers Philippines has been helping expatriates, international corporations and families move in and out of the Philippines for 40 years.
A member of international accreditation organisations OMNI and FIDI Accredited International Movers, Asian Tigers Philippines makes it easy for people to relocate into an unfamiliar environment as it offers a menu of services including language and cultural orientation assistance.
“We can move to anywhere in the world and our reputation for consistent quality has certainly sustained us,” Lane says.
Foreign investors who wish to establish their local operations in the Philippines can also rely on the company’s strong ties with various chambers of commerce.
Witnessing huge growth opportunities in the property sector and in records management, Asian Tigers Philippines is also beefing up its property investments as it designs and expands its record centre to help local companies with their document storage needs.
“There is tremendous potential in the Philippines,” Lane says. “The demographic is in a sweet spot, but the capacity has never been fully realised. It’s still developing, and we’re well positioned to respond to all this growth.”