- What we do
Our mission is to provide you with the world-class international relocation solutions.
- Our reach
Take advantage of our international outlook - with an Asian flair - through our extensive network of offices in the primary commercial centres of Asia.
- Our experience
16,000+ families each year relocate with Asian Tigers so put our strength and experience to work for you.
- Asian Tigers by the numbers
Gain unparalleled access to the finest movers in the world via our offices in 14 territories, 1,400+ dedicated professionals.
- Our solutions
One size does not fit all, so we offer you solutions tailored to your specific needs.
- Major corporations trust us
400+ of the Fortune Global 500 companies look to Asian Tigers for their moving and relocation needs.
To be the most admired international moving and relocation company.
To devote our full energy and attention to helping families relocate.
Honesty, integrity, respect and professionalism.
"We are proud to be relocating families like yours to their new home with the least amount of stress or interruption. This is our primary goal. All of us devote our full energy and attention to this purpose – to serve you. For me, this makes my job fulfilling, knowing our team has done their job, and that you’re happy with our service."
Gordon BellChairman Asian Tigers Group
Asian Tigers Group is a good corporate citizen. We take our community and environmental responsibilities seriously, with ethical business practices, equal-opportunity employment, and numerous green initiatives. These include the introduction of a paperless online moving tracking system, and our “Care for Green” campaign to re-use or recycle all paper-based materials. We are also ISO 14001 certified to formalize our environmentally friendly practices.
We also established the Tiger Action Fund in 2001 to support global efforts to protect tigers in the wild. We have donated more than US$ 400,000 to help protect this magnificent animal from extinction. We have recently joined forces with WWF Singapore in their TX2 project, an initiative to double the population of wild tigers by 2022 – the next Chinese Year of the Tiger.