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Looking for Qatar movers and packers who’ll move your precious belongings safely?
Writer Relocations can assist you with that and all other formalities involving local and international relocations, including moving and shifting in Doha.
Experience the finest home shifts, office moves, commercial relocations, and fine art moving with India's oldest and most reliable moving company.
Join thousands of happy customers who have shifted with Writer Relocations through the years. We’ll help you ship your fragile and precious items with ease and ensure you have access to high-quality house shifting services in Qatar and expert Doha movers and packers.
Not just that, we also help you with customs and other formalities and help you unpack your belongings at your new place.
Our orientation services help you settle into your new place comfortably. This includes assistance with finding a new home, providing efficient movers and packers in Doha, helping you adjust to your new surroundings, expense administration and more.
Writer Relocations is one of India’s oldest moving companies.
We’re FIDI, AIM, and EuRA-certified movers of international cargo. This means we follow the most ethical moving practices recognized and certified internationally.
You may also want to check out our Case Studies on International Relocation, along with our FAQs, and Moving Tools & Tips that we have put together for the best moving and packing experience.
Do read our Blog for tips and articles on how to make your moving experience smoother.
Are you an expat moving to Qatar?
The small Qatar Peninsula on the northeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula is occupied by Qatar, officially the State of Qatar, a sovereign country. It is a high-income economy, backed by the world's third-largest natural-gas reserves and oil reserves. The country has the highest per capita income in the world.
Qatar is considered to be a very safe country, with a low crime rate. People considering a move to Qatar may find it useful to check out the pros and cons of moving to Qatar.
Qatar has practically no public transport. There is a bus network, but one would be hard-pressed to find a Western expat who would have used it. Most expats either have their own vehicles, hire a car or use the relatively inexpensive and easy-to-book local Karwa taxis.
No matter how well-travelled an expat may be, he or she will experience a culture shock, at least initially, in Qatar.
Local culture is linked to the tenets of the Muslim religion as is the case with other Arab nations. Although non-Muslim foreigners aren’t expected to adhere to Islamic law, they are expected to be aware of it and respect its principles.
Expats can buy alcohol in certain places and women have the freedom of movement.
On the other hand the expat community is small, friendly, and welcoming. There are many expat clubs and events. Also bumping into other expats while shopping is likely. So there are many opportunities for making friends.
Ninety percent of the food in Qatar is imported, hence even basic food items are costly. Homesick expats can easily find international cuisine at Qatari restaurants.
Stress-free, damage-free shipping. Only with Writer Relocations.
Hand-me-downs from grand parents packed and delivered.
All your exclusive hand-made artifacts safely transported.
Your precious paintings and sculptures moved with care.
Everything you've treasured over the years shipped safely.
Ship your fragile musical instruments with extra care.
Delicate crockery handled with love and care.
Move your pets with love.
Ship your vehicles on time so that you take off in your new home.