Opened in 1979, Cartus’ UK office has grown from its initial beginning as a firm dedicated to employee relocation within the UK to one of the EMEA region’s leading global relocation companies.
Managing just 50 domestic moves in its first year, Cartus in EMEA now offers a comprehensive range of relocation services, helping thousands of domestic and international assignees move throughout the world.
“A lot has changed since 1979 when Margaret Thatcher was elected as the UK’s first female prime minister, and the average home in the UK cost just £13,650,” says Ian Payne, executive vice president and managing director of Cartus in EMEA and Asia Pacific. “Since that time, the huge growth of Cartus EMEA has been fueled by our focus on providing multinational companies and their transferring employees with tailored and dynamic relocation support and service excellence.”
Cartus’ first EMEA office was located in Slough, then two years later in 1981 moved to Swindon. Today we service the whole EMEA region from seven strategically placed locations in Swindon, London, Paris, Geneva, Zurich, Amsterdam and Munich.
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