Schmidt Global Relocations’ headquarters is located in Woudenberg, the Netherlands. All worldwide removals are carefully coordinated by a competent team based in our offices. Naturally, you can also contact us for your move within the Netherlands. If you need temporary storage, we have access to a large properly-ventilated warehouse where you can safely store your household contents.
As a family business, we aim for the highest possible customer satisfaction so we have high working standards. We always pack your items within the agreed time limit and provide boxes for items you hold dear and would like to pack yourself.
Schmidt Global Relocations will gladly take care of your entire move. Our removal service includes dismantling and reassembling your furniture, taking apart your cabinets and other furniture and expertly putting them back together for you. We also pack all your belongings professionally and with care. Or you could pack everything yourself, if you prefer. All you have to do is make sure everything is packed and ready. The removal team will then load everything into the lorry and unload it at its destination in the Netherlands. Just give us instructions for where you want everything to go and we’ll make sure it’s there!
The Netherlands is part of the European Union. If you are coming to live in the Netherlands and you have a residential address, you will need to register with the municipality where you are going to live after your arrival in the Netherlands. You will then receive a citizen’s service number (BSN), which you will need for many purposes, such as applying for health insurance.
Things to remember
If you are remigrating to the Netherlands and have Dutch citizenship, you will be allowed to live and work in the Netherlands. If you have a non-EU passport, you will need a residence permit.
For all your questions about your international move you can contact your personal Move Manager. As committed specialists, we supervise your move to the Netherlands and take care of every detail. That’s what we call: ‘Guiding your way Home’.