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Corporate Moving: Pack Fast and Move Fast with These Tips

Moving executives and their families during a corporate relocation still requires the same preparation that a residential move calls for. It’s important to execute a corporate move quickly and efficiently to get employees and their families adjusted to their new lifestyle right away, while keeping business productivity levels up. By having a strategic plan and staying organized throughout the entire process, you can guarantee to make your corporate moving experience a positive one. Here are fast packing tips to think about during your next corporate relocation from our St. Louis Corporate movers.

Pack Strategically

With a corporate move coming up, you may find that you won’t have a lot of time to pack up your entire house before starting a new job in another city. You should plan to pack an essentials box that includes items you will need on day one. When you arrive in your new home, you won’t have to search through all your items to find what you are looking for once the moving truck has unloaded all boxes. You will also be able to start to focus on transitioning into your new job right away. It’s important to stay organized with packing checklists to save you from stress when it comes to unpacking. Don’t forget to use labels! Try packing tips like throwing away or donating most items, so your items are easier to pack up, and unpack. Make sure to use our packing tips, like keeping all your clothes on hangers and tying trash bags around 15-20 hangers at a time for easy transit.

Our St. Louis corporate movers provides a variety of services to assist families and companies in preparing for a move and settling into their new homes. Our relocation specialists handle the entire move as well as provide ongoing support to all parties involved. Contact All My Sons today for a free, no obligation quote today!

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