AGM Group Modern Slavery Policy


Modern Slavery is a violation of an individual’s fundamental human rights and is against the law. We fully support the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (‘the Act’) which aims to put an end to all types of modern slavery in the UK. In particular, section 54 of the Act strives to make sure slavery and human trafficking doesn’t take place in business and supply chains both here in the UK and overseas. The definition of Modern Slavery includes slavery, forced or coerced labour, human trafficking, child labour and inhumane or discriminatory treatment.

AGM Relocation Ltd (AGM Group) is one of the leading privately owned providers of removal, relocation and storage services in the United Kingdom, providing these services in the United Kingdom and Internationally to private individuals, government departments, local authorities, corporate clients and businesses of all sizes.

AGM Relocation Ltd and the AGM Group’s individual companies are registered in England and Wales at Companies House.

Supply chain

AGM Group operate from numerous locations throughout the United Kingdom. For services provided in the UK, we use our own staff together with a network of approved partners and sub-contractors. Overseas services are provided by our own staff and through our supply chain partners which includes industry-leading shipping and airlines, and our approved sub-contractors and agents. Procurement due diligence is carried out on all on-boarded suppliers at the start of the relationship and throughout the term of our relationship with those suppliers. Our standard service level agreements include a Code of Conduct clause that reflects our commitment to protecting human rights – including the prevention of modern slavery.

Our policy

AGM Group’s Modern Slavery Policy is reviewed annually. AGM Group are committed to ensuring there is no modern slavery or any scope for modern slavery in our supply chain or in any part of our business operations. It applies to everyone in our organisation and is available on our corporate website and intranet.

We will continue to encourage and strive towards a culture where staff and managers are aware of their responsibilities in identifying any potential modern slavery practice and bringing it to the attention of the board of directors.


All of our employees, sub-contractors, agents and partners are required to carry out all services ethically whilst promoting good working practices at all levels in accordance with the Act, without reservation.

AGM Group have systems in place to ensure we:-

  • Identify and mitigate the potential risk areas within our supply chain.
  • Educate and inform our supply chain of our expectations in regard to eliminating the risk of modern slavery within our supply chain.
  • Regularly monitor all our supply chain partners, agents and sub-contractors.
  • Monitor potential risks and constantly look at new ways to improve.
  • Protect whistleblowers.

This policy document has been approved and endorsed by the board of directors of AGM Group.


Russell Start

Managing Director

AGM Relocation Ltd

February 2024