We only utilise guaranteed experts in their fields.
Move Dynamics maintains a large panel of pre-approved removal service providers throughout Australia and internationally. Our Australian removalist panel members are all members of the Australian Furniture Removers Association (AFRA) and are regularly audited by Move Dynamics to ensure public liability and carriers’ legal liability insurance covers are in place as well training records, NHVR Chain of Responsibility compliance and Fair Work Australia pay and entitlements obligations are maintained.
Our international panel includes Australian international moving specialists as well a worldwide network of quality international experts which are all members of the FIDI Global Alliance. Our international moving panel members undergo thorough auditing by Ernst & Young as part of the FAIM Quality Assurance certification, which measures and benchmarks quality administration systems, minimum training standards and financial stress testing.
Move Dynamics also manages a diverse panel of ancillary service providers including motor vehicle transportation suppliers, domestic and international pet transport service providers, handymen and tradespeople, cleaners, relocation destination service providers and licenced immigration agents. Our ancillary service provider panel is similarly audited for compliance and benchmarked against industry best standards.
To find out how to become a Move Dynamics supplier, contact us to discover if your business meets our panel criteria.
Our Integrated Business Management System is certified to the following standards:
Move Dynamics and The Community
Move Dynamics takes seriously its corporate responsibility to support community organisations and we are very proud to partner with three important foundations which work hard to promote parenting, family and youth support for indigenous communities.
John Moriarty Football is renowned as best practice program for 2-16-year-old boys and girls in remote Australia. This unique organisation was founded by the first Indigenous player selected for Australia, John Moriarty and his son James. At JMF, we bring children together through sport, promoting good health and wellbeing in some of the country’s most remote regions. We support talented young athletes to thrive and reach for their true potential to succeed at local, national and international levels of the game.
Award-winning author Ros Moriarty has founded Indi Kindi to help change literacy outcomes amongst remote region Aboriginal children. Two thirds of Aboriginal 8 year olds fail to reach basic Australian benchmarks in literacy and numeracy.
Indi Kindi applies new thinking and piloting of early childhood resources and programs to change this statistic.
The Nangala Project is a nonprofit initiative to relieve poverty and disadvantage amongst Australian Indigenous children and their families, through creating locally engaged, sustainable opportunities.