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‘Move It’ goes nationwide

Media Release: 1 November 2006


‘Move It’ goes nationwide

‘Move It’, the unique new delivery service for online buyers, today announced that they are now a nationwide service available everywhere in New Zealand.

This means that no matter where you are in New Zealand, from Cape Reinga to Bluff, you can get your Trade Me (or similar) purchase delivered from wherever you bought it, anywhere in the country. Simple as that. Anything to anywhere, made easy.

Mike Turner said, “Because the wonderful world of the internet knows no boundaries, we realised that a nationwide delivery business was needed to deliver the millions of items of all shapes and sizes that are being bought and sold online in New Zealand”.

Freight forwarding experts, Andrew Coe and Mike Turner initially started the business in Auckland in May and in just five months have built a nationwide business with strong repeat business and growth.

Turner added, “Now that we are nation-wide, we can provide online buyers, both consumer and business, with the leading delivery service in the country. There are no hidden charges with us. With Move It, you no longer have to worry. We welcome both large and small items from individuals, and we accept a variety of payment methods.”

Move It has found the nationwide solution to delivering your online purchase. Anything to anywhere, made easy.


About ‘Move It’

‘Move It’ is a Kiwi business providing a delivery service for online buyers. Their service uniquely complements online trading websites such as Trade Me, and provides the solution to the major challenge of online buying: ‘Now that I have bought it, how do I move it?’

With an estimated 1.4 million kiwi Trade Me users alone, this is a huge market. Move It have had to move thousands of unusual items already, including canoes, kayaks, sports equipment, car parts, doors, pool tables, and a myriad of extraordinary household items.

As more and more people buy and sell online, there is an increasing demand for an affordable and reliable delivery method to move items around New Zealand. Existing courier and freight companies are mostly set up to handle goods sent to and from businesses. Move It is a New Zealand business uniquely equipped to look after items that need transportation between residential addresses.

‘Move It’ have a simple and effective website (www.moveit.co.nz) that allows people to price any potential move themselves. They will move anything in size from an elephant to an envelope, to anywhere, after-hours if needed, and at a very competitive price.

‘Move It’ is a wholly owned subsidiary of Freight Management Ltd. The company has been established to meet a growing need in the courier/freight industry - the movement of goods between individuals, both consumer and business.

The two main directors of Move It are Mike Turner and Andrew Coe. Both have considerable experience in the transportation industry. Over the past 15 years, Mike has held general management positions in a variety of courier and freight companies. Andrew has also held various senior management roles in the freight industry, specialising in warehousing and logistics.


ENDS

www.moveit.co.nz

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