Arpin International Group Singapore

Managing Your Global Talent is Your Business. Managing Their Move is Ours.

About Singapore

Arpin International Group - Singapore assigns a dedicated International Move Coordinator to oversee each move. Our teams of Coordinators are day-to-day move managers who take the time to listen to the needs and concerns of our customers and discuss, address, and manage the expectations of each move. Their personal investment in, and accountability for smooth, convenient moves are unparalleled in the moving industry.

At Arpin International Group - Singapore, our advanced tracking system combined with our International Move Coordinator’s genuine desire to provide a flawless, carefully-managed relocation, results in Arpin International Group - Singapore delivering consistently high levels of customer satisfaction.

Moving Services

Arpin International Group - Singapore specializes in packing household goods and shipping. We provide a comprehensive internation door-to-door household goods services as well as domestic moves within Singapore. Do contact us for a pre-move survey or estimate quotation. Our team of qualified and dedicated packers have a minimum 5-10 years of experience in the industry. We are committed to providing you with quality professional packing and can arrange for professional handyman services (at an additional cost) on your behalf.

Storage Services

We can provide professionally packed residential household goods storage in Singapore. Our modern warehouses are secure and can accommodate an array of storage needs, including specialized storage. We can also provide you with normal dry storage or fully air-conditioned storage for short- or long-term in Singapore.

Severe Weather Conditions Forces The Closure of The Port of Durban in South Africa

by Karen Bannon / October 11, 2017

Severe weather conditions forced the closure of the Port of Durban. The storm caused three large vessels, including the containership MSC Ines, to run aground and block the entrance to the port.  In addition, many smaller boats are adrift, causing Durban’s Transnet National Port Authority to close the port to vessel and rail traffic due to safety concerns. Tugboats and the marine service team are assisting in emergency recovery efforts and the port has put into action its Business Continuity Plan to monitor the situation on a 24-hour basis until normal operations have been restored.

Arpin Van Lines’ driver embarks on personal campaign to honor veterans and first responders

by Karen Bannon / October 10, 2017

Paul Chavez, a driver for Arpin Van Lines and former U.S. Army specialist, knows the sacrifice that veterans and first responders make.

“They often go through long separations that can be very difficult on a personal level and put strain on their families,” said Chavez. “Everybody in the service chooses it, but some occupations are thankless and they don’t get the recognition they deserve. I wanted to come up with a way to show my appreciation for all they have given.”

Service Interruption Alert - Gabon Strike

by Karen Bannon / October 02, 2017

A civil servants union in Libreville, Gabon (covering personnel from customs, tax, treasury, and hydrocarbons departments) launched a strike in August. The union is striking to demand owed back pay and bonuses.

How Can We Help?

30 Orange Grove Road
#07-01 RELC Building
Singapore 258352

Tel.: +65 6733 8884
Fax: +65 67331629