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Wolverhampton Removal Company | Exchanging Contracts

Most UK movers as well as West Midland removal companies are concerned at the lack of notice solicitors are giving to the public and in turn Removal companies in Wolverhampton as[...]

March 15th, 2011 | Categories: General Read More >

Moving Home & Moving with Children

Children need time to adjust when moving home, so tell them as soon as you can before  they hear it from elsewhere. Younger children need not be told until the move[...]

March 14th, 2011 | Categories: General Read More >

Removals to Canada including moving Tractors to Canada

Boys and Toys. Movers to Canada. Members of CAM the Canadian Association of Movers. Burke Bros International movers to Canada. Moving home is not always about the furniture and personal effects. We have[...]

January 17th, 2011 | Categories: General Read More >

Removals to France & Moving To France

The France Show 2011.Burke Bros attended the Latest French property Show held at Earls Court and were the only movers in attendance. Removals to France have been a specialist area of[...]

January 17th, 2011 | Categories: General Read More >

PAIMA’S First European Vice President

Gary Burke Managing Director and joint founder of Burke Bros Moving Group with headquarters in Wolverhampton has been elected Vice President of PAIMA the Pan American International movers association, a worldwide[...]

October 26th, 2010 | Categories: General Read More >

A Good Mover Educates

"Striking Display at The France Show 2010!" One of the UK’s leading overseas moving firms, Burke Bros Moving Group burkebros.co.uk, based in the West Midlands, put on a very impressive display for[...]

April 1st, 2010 | Categories: General Read More >

Welcome to the new Burke Bros Moving Group Blog

A couple of time a month we tend to get asked unusual questions aboutremovals and storage issues, especially moving items abroad. Sometime we have the answer to hand, other times we[...]

April 1st, 2010 | Categories: General Read More >

Victorian Rocking Horse With Real Horse Hair

Customer Question: I want to import inheritance goods into Canada and within the consignment there is a Victorian rocking horse with real horse hair, would there be any problems with this? Burke Bros[...]

April 1st, 2010 | Categories: General Read More >

Amethyst Rock Pieces Entering New Zealand.

Customer Question:Please could you advise as to whether there would be any problems with importing Amethyst rock pieces into New Zealand? Burke Bros Answer:Quarantine is not interested unless the rocks are encrusted[...]

April 1st, 2010 | Categories: General Read More >

Martial Arts Equipment Nuchaku, Sai, and Bo Entering Australia.

Customer Question: Are Martial Arts Equipment allowed from the UK into Australia? The effects in question are Sai x 3 sets, Bo x 3, and a pair of Nunchaku’s. Burke Bros Answer: The Nunchaku’s[...]

April 1st, 2010 | Categories: General Read More >

Untreated Wicker, Basket-Weave, Rattan Items & Dried Flower Arrangements Entering Canada.

Customer Question:Could you please give us your advice as we are receiving conflicting reports about certain effects entering Canada. Do outside & outdoor effects have to be almost clinically clean? Are[...]

April 1st, 2010 | Categories: General Read More >

New Alga (Fungus) Forces Australian Authorities To Carry Out Major Checks On All Fresh Water Connected Items, Before Entering Their Country.

Blog Alert:A new fresh water alga has appeared on the horizon that is going to cause some heartache to people moving to Australia. This is a alga weed (fungus) called Didymo[...]

April 1st, 2010 | Categories: General Read More >

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