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U.M.C. Moving Company, Inc. is more than just one of the top corporate moving companies in New York City. With our record retention services, we can also help you stay organized in your business without cluttering your office space. Keep reading to learn more:
We monitor our record storage with O’Neil Record Storage software to keep track of every box, file, and tape in our possession. Each record is barcoded so we can easily find it when you need it. We also keep a thorough history of all of the records you have stored to help you stay on top of your files.
If files are starting to overrun your office, U.M.C. Moving Company, Inc. can help. Our document storage services give you the ideal way to hold onto important papers without wasting space in your workplace. For more information on our storage and relocation services, visit us online or call (718) 473-9650.
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When moving day finally arrives, it is important that you are there to meet the movers and spend some time walking through the office with them so they understand what you want them to do.
Ask questions during the walk-through to make sure you and the commercial movers are on the same page about the relocation. You should also write down the driver’s contact information so you can easily reach him or her while in transit. Get more tips in this video.
Trust U.M.C. Moving Company, Inc. to handle your office relocation to get some of the best services in the area. We can help you pack, liquidate, and move the contents of your office. To learn more, call (718) 473-9650.
Last updated 3 months ago
Moving companies offer much more than just loading and unloading services these days. In fact, your local corporate moving company can provide storage and record retention, office relocation, and furniture installation services for your business. Read on to take a closer look at the different types of moving services available.
Packing and Unpacking
Many people opt for these moving services to avoid a headache down the road—especially when it comes to safely packing, loading, and unloading furniture. A moving company can supply you with all of the materials you need, including boxes, storage pods, and protective packing materials if you prefer to handle the packing and unpacking yourself. Otherwise, the moving company can pack, load, unload, and unpack everything for you professionally.
If you have a large piece of furniture or you want to re-arrange the contents of an entire room, an in-office move service is perfect for you. The movers will help move the contents of a room, and add felt pads to the bottom of your furniture to keep your floors in good condition.
In the process of packing many people realize they have a few things that they don’t really need to take with them, but aren’t prepared to discard yet. A moving company can pack the items you want to have packed, and store the items you want to keep in storage. Choose a moving company with climate-controlled storage facilities and a bar-coded inventory system to ensure your items are safe and organized.
If you have records that you want professionally organized and barcoded, choose a moving company with record retention services. The best record retention systems will even keep track of how many times the box, tape, of file has been accessed.
U.M.C. Moving Company of Brooklyn offers a range of moving services to the greater NYC area. Our office and commercial movers are trained to be both efficient and friendly. Call us at (718) 473-9650 or visit our website for more information.
Last updated 3 months ago
A job relocation offer can present you with a fantastic career opportunity that you won’t find anywhere else. But before you call commercial movers to begin the process of relocation, there are a number of things you should consider. Read through these considerations to be sure that the job relocation is a good move for you.
Consider Your Family and Friends
While relocating to a new city for a new job may be a fantastic opportunity for you, it could be very difficult for your family. Uprooting your spouse from his or her job, and your kids from their school is not something to take lightly. If you have lots of close family and friends in your current city, leaving them behind may end up being a big regret later on.
Think About Your Work and Living History
If you are a long-term employee and resident, uprooting may be more difficult than you anticipate. If instead you have only a few years of work experience and you were offered a desirable job elsewhere, relocating could be one of the best decisions you make in your career. This is especially true if the city to which to will be relocating is known for offering lots of opportunities in your particular field.
Look at the New Job and Relocation Conditions Closely
Is your employer offering to pay for your relocation? If they aren’t, consider asking whether they would help with the expenses. Calculate how the salary they are offering would affect your standard of living in the new city. Remember, relocate because you want to, not because you feel you should. Otherwise, you risk being unhappy in your new job, and your employer is likely to notice.
If you are moving for a new job or planning an office relocation, contact U.M.C. Moving Company of Brooklyn. We have decades of experience with corporate moving services in the greater NYC area. Call us at (718) 473-9650 or head to our website for more information.