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Britannia Movers International was formed in 1981 as a cooperative of individual removal companies seeking to establish a UK wide presence. The original founders, Roy Fox & John Court were joined by four /five other removal companies (list them if possible) and started expanding into the international shipping market.

In the early 1990’s a Sales Manager was appointed to allow Britannia expanded into the corporate market, as well as becoming a key supplier to the Ministry of Defence. Membership grew to include 50 member companies, include members in Australia and South Africa.

In 1994 the group transferred the main receiving depot to London.

In 1997 the board decided to upgrade its business registration from Limited to Public Limited Company.

In 2001 Britannia relocated its head offices, for corporate, commercial and international services to larger new purpose built premises at Croydon. This office houses a dedicated team who manage Britannia’s Corporate relocation clients.

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