Move to Brussels with these removal companies !
MOORTGAT REMOVALS - Brussels
- family business
- experience and know-how
- meticulous work guaranteed
As an approved member of the Belgian Chamber of Removers, this company provides insurance and peace of mind to its clients during their removals.
Tel : 02 / 673 10 06
PATAR - Brussels
- qualified team
- advanced equipment
- quality service
- member of the Official Movers and Fedemac
- free quotation
Tel : 02 / 242 51 30
AUTEGARDEN - removal firm in Brussels
- packing & unpacking
- national and international moving
Get a personalized service at competitive prices.
Tel : 02 / 216 08 88
SERGE BALZA - your removal firm in Brussels
- 30 years experience
- quality service: packing, lift, transport, storage...
- attractive prices
- detailed and customized quotation
Tel : 02 / 377 74 01 and 0475 / 83 86 05
DEMENAGEMENTS TRANSFAST - Brussels
Specialized in the transport of works of art and antique furniture, Transfast manages your relocation in Brussels and surroundings.
- quality equipment
- personalized service
Tel : 02 / 375 91 32 ou 0495 / 21 60 43
Do you run a removal company in Brussels?
As a professional in that sector, if you are active in the Brussels area and if you are experienced, you can join our network. We provide you several customized business solutions in order to increase your renown and expand your customer base.
Need an international removal firm?
Are you moving abroad? Organizing an international move can be easier with the help of a professional mover.
In case of long-term contracts and expats removals, employees are regularly invited to move abroad to fulfill their work. Some companies offer you the possibility to be a long-term partner and help you move from a country to the other side of the world as many times as you need.
What to do when you’ll arrive
Once you’ve moved to Brussels, you need to register within 8 days to your local town hall, to apply for a residence permit, which will take a few months to arrive. If you are not a resident of another European country, do not forget to to bring your long-stay visa and to apply for a work permit as well.
During this process, the local police will drop by your place to ask you some questions and see where you live, what your job is, etc. Don't forget to put your name on your door bell and your letter box so the agents can find you easily! Once everything is in order, you will get an eletronic ID-card.
The following steps consist in opening a bank account, subscribing to a healthcare program (if not provided by your employers) and taking out insurances for you house, car, etc.