OMNI moved into new office accommodation on 15 August. The new building is just a short distance from the old address but the serviced office from Regus provides much more flexible accommodation that better suits the organisation’s current needs. The move was completed by OMNI member DT Moving over the weekend to minimise […]
It was a hot day at the Elephant Hills Golf Course in Zimbabwe when the OMNI field lined up to tee off on what was possibly the most unusual course any of them had played. Most courses around the world have their share of wildlife, but the Elephant Hills is a little special in this […]
The OMNI Annual General meeting saw a change in two Board positions. Bill Graebel (Graebel Movers International, USA) and Charles Luyckx (Elliott Mobility, South Africa) retired from the OMNI Board after each providing nine years’ service to the organisation. Their places on the Board were taken by were taken by Garfield de Souza from Writer […]
Ian Waters, General Manager of OMNI, presented Chris Ace with a certificate and gift in recognition of his 10 years’ service to OMNI. The presentation was made in front of the OMNI deligates at the organisation’s annual conference in Zambia on Friday 27th March. With the exception of Ian himself, Chris now becomes OMNI’s longest […]
By now most OMNI members will have returned home after the annual conference in Zambia. It is OMNI’s hope that they do so having gained knowledge, fuelled long-standing friendships, and having had experiences that will stay with them forever. The Royal Livingstone Hotel was the perfect setting. It was a relaxed atmosphere, with the […]
The OMNI Year Book is already at the planning stage so, if you would like your company to be one of those featured to represent your region, don’t wait, book your place today. The featured stories cost just £750 for a double-page spread and ongoing promotion in OMNI’s permanent printed record of the year […]
Registration for the 2015 OMNI Conference being held in the beautiful Livngstone Hotel, Zambia, is now open. Please visit the Conference pages for more information and to register.
The twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are experiencing a logistical nightmare as they struggle to ease a bottleneck that is causing what has been described as the worst shipping crisis in a decade. The problem stems from an increase in import traffic of around 10% for both ports during September. Figures for […]
Typhoon Glenda has ripped through the northern Philippines killing 38 people and leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. It is reported that more than half a million people have had to leave their homes. The category three typhoon carried with it winds of up to 185km/hour and was the strongest storm to hit […]
On May 26th 2014, South Africa tightened its immigration regime by enforcing bans on re-entry to all foreign nationals who over stay their visa. Previously foreign nationals who overstayed on their visa would be fined, with no other repercussions.