We’ll become your full-service partner and we promise you’ll feel like our most important client. Every person on the Graebel team embraces their role in following through on our duty of care—looking after not only our customers and their employees, but our service partners and the communities we serve.
As we’ve grown from a local relocation provider to a global mobility company, we’ve remained family-owned and internally accountable. Our independence allows us to empower our people to act quickly and creatively to solve challenges and go the extra mile for our customers in matters large and small.
Relocation is inevitably a tumultuous experience but there are best practices and winning strategies to draw upon. We provide leadership and a steady hand in these situations – based on our decades of experience, seasoned professionals and best-in-class suppliers.
We have solutions for all the known and unforeseen challenges in corporate relocation programmes. The guiding principle in each case is the commitment to take the best care of a client’s employees anywhere in the world.
After more than sixty years in business, we’ve seen it all—in nearly every location imaginable. We build and deliver tactical plans that not only meet the unique needs of an organisation but reflect local realities so there are no surprises.
We’re not only tracking best practices in the industry, but more often than not, we set those standards thanks to our empowered, experienced employees and partners around the world. We’re always looking for a better way.
With a very clear stake in conditions in nearly all corners of the world, we vow to make every area we touch a better place for business and for people. We focus most closely on enhancing education opportunities and improving the natural environment.
Graebel's global expansion continues with the opening of new offices in Munich, Germany; Geneva, Switzerland and Bengaluru, India.
Graebel launches new global Mobility Strategy division.
Graebel introduces new extended business travel solutions.
London office moves into a new space in The Shard.
Graebel divests from its US Van Line company in order to focus exclusively on global talent mobility and workplace relocation services.
Graebel's Shanghai Service Centre opens.
APAC headquarters opens in Singapore.
EMEA headquarters opens in Prague.
Relocation and assignment management services launch.
Graebel begins providing commercial workplace services.
Graebel launches international moving services.
Dave Graebel establishes a local moving company in Wausau, Wisconsin.