Our Service Locations

Initially based in the UK, Klippa started to expand into Europe in late 2018 and now has stable coverage throughout the Netherlands. Our evolution continues beyond the Netherlands, with local specialists currently in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania.

Klippa's strategy is to consolidate this presence, and we're expanding our network to ensure that we can consistently provide the same level of service in multiple locations.

This growth strategy will continue throughout 2021 and 2022 when we expect to increase accompanied coverage to 70+ locations and remote services to 85+ locations worldwide.

Check out our locations below to find out what we can do for you..

UK

Klippa has vast experience in providing relocation services within the UK. London seems an obvious choice for expats...

Netherlands

Klippa's Dutch relocation team has extensive experience in providing relocation services within the Netherlands.

Africa

Klippa's Africa teams have extensive experience in providing relocation services within the continent.

Americas

Klippa's teams in North and South America have extensive experience in providing relocation services in the Americas.

Asia

Klippa's teams in Asia have extensive experience in providing relocation services in prominent locations on the continent.

Europe

Klippa's teams in Europe have extensive experience in providing relocation services in prominent locations on the continent.

Middle East

Klippa's teams in Oceania have extensive experience in providing relocation services on the continent.

Oceania

Klippa's teams in Oceania have extensive experience in providing relocation services on the continent.

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Empowering Disabled Employees: A Guide to Relocating to the UK

Relocation can be a daunting task, especially for disabled employees. Employers in the UK have a legal obligation under the Equality Act 2010 to make reasonable adjustments that aid disabled employees to work effectively, a commitment that extends to the relocation process as well. This article discusses key considerations and best practices for accommodating disabled employees when relocating within or to the UK.

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Understanding the New Flexible Working Regulations: What UK Organisations Should Know

As we transition into the post-pandemic world, one trend has emerged more robustly than others: flexible working. As of April 6, 2024, the UK government will introduce new regulations to support this shift, granting employees the right to request flexible work arrangements from their first day of employment.

The vast majority of organisations have already implemented hybrid working models and a large proportion have formal policies in place. As such, in light of these widespread changes, all organisations must understand and adapt to what the shift towards hybrid working entails. As flexible working becomes the new norm, let’s delve into what the upcoming changes mean for businesses.

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Harmonising Economics and Employee Satisfaction: Creating Cost-Effective Relocation Packages

Employees may find that relocating for a job opportunity is both exciting and daunting. It marks the start of a new professional and personal chapter, often involving uprooting one’s life and settling into unfamiliar territory. For companies, offering relocation packages is a valuable tool for attracting top talent from across the globe. However, crafting a competitive relocation package while adhering to budgetary constraints poses a significant challenge for employers. In this article, we explore the delicate balance between meeting the needs of employees and the financial limitations of companies when it comes to relocation packages.

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Setting up Utility Accounts in the Netherlands

Setting out on a new adventure in the Netherlands is an exciting prospect. The land of windmills, tulips, and bicycles welcomes you with open arms, but before you can settle into your cosy new home, there’s a checklist that needs tackling. Klippa Relocation is here to help you navigate the complex process of setting up your utility accounts.

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UK Immigration Rules: Upcoming Changes

As the UK steps into 2024, it does so with a number of reforms to immigration rules that signal significant changes in sectors ranging from employment to family migration. Some have already been implemented but the most immediate upcoming revision comes in the form of considerably increased penalties for companies caught dabbling in illegal employment activities; however, other critical amendments are in the pipeline. This article will examine each of these pending changes, offering insights on what lies ahead for 2024.

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Renting or Buying Furniture: A Guide for Expats

Relocating to a new country is an exciting chapter, but settling into a new home can be a challenging process. At Klippa Relocation, we understand how initial decisions can have long-lasting impacts. One of these is choosing between renting or buying furniture. Let’s look at the pros and cons of each.

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