Relocating individuals and families for the past 40 years.
Relo Network Asia is one of the most trusted Destination Services Providers
With more than three decades of experience, Relo Network Asia ensures international assignees have the necessary resources for a smooth transition that saves corporations time, energy, and money.
World Class Destination Services
Relo Network Asia helps corporations move talent where they need it and ensures they are productive fast. Through offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, China, and Malaysia, the company has a 30-year legacy of destination and immigration service delivery across 17 country locations.
The team, in unison with the US sales and marketing office, combines local savvy, collective experience, and diverse perspectives to be the mobility partner of choice for creative and effective employee support programs across Asia.
Through continued diversity in our staff and service provision, we professionally help people and their organizations with Mobility Services that support the globalization of Asia.
Relo Network Asia has been at the forefront of global mobility for over 30 years. Established in 1981 at a time when the world and international relocation were radically different than today, the company has grown to continue meeting the needs of cross-border assignees.
Orientations, as the company was then known, was amongst the first to serve the needs of the growing number of employees sent to Asia by western companies. In July of 2016, Orientations and its affiliated entities in China, Hong Kong and Singapore were 100% acquired by the H&R Group, the parent and holding company of Relo Japan K.K.
Over the past three years, Relo Network Asia has integrated operations to better support its award-winning service team through an expanded infrastructure that incorporates the perfect balance of physical offices, back-end systems, and data security. Designed to scale, the company is well positioned to manage its growing volume of business while ensuring service quality and flexibility of programs to meet the global mobility challenges of today and tomorrow.