Some things work better in twos. Nelson Westerberg has an agent partnership with Atlas Van Lines, which optimizes domestic and cross-border services. This 60-year partnership enhances operational capacity and cost-effectiveness and streamlines the entire moving process. The result? You receive a high-quality service that's catered to your requirements.
Insurance papers, rental agreements, moving contracts — these are just some of the important documents you need when you move to a new corporate location. But there's one document you probably haven't heard about. It's called the Household Goods Descriptive Inventory form, and it will streamline your entire move.
Imagine the scene: It's moving day, and you've just arrived at your new business premises. You unpack your first box and discover the antique vase that used to sit on your CEO's desk has smashed into a hundred pieces. It was an office heirloom — your CEO's most valuable "valuable." As the person who arranged your corporate move, you've got some explaining to do...
You've been waiting to move for months and, then, the unexpected happens. There's been a delay. You can't move into your new business or military premises. What gives? Don't panic. Keeping your items in storage will provide you with multiple benefits. You can keep your valuables in a safe space until you're ready to move again. It's no big deal.
So, you're planning an interstate move? You're not the only one. Every year, 7.1 million Americans move to another state in the U.S. People always talk about how stressful interstate moving is, but it doesn't have to be this way. Here are two checklists that will take the stress out of the big day.
Ready to move but have too much stuff? A moving sale will help you get rid of unwanted household items before the big day. Plus, you could make hundreds — or even thousands of dollars — in the process. Here's are five practical tips for organizing a killer moving sale.
Commercial records are the foundation of your business. Without them, you can't communicate with customers, adhere to federal and local laws, or even carry out regular business tasks. Keeping these records in your office, however, could pose a significant risk. Intruders could steal these documents and access sensitive information, which could jeopardize your entire business. Or a fire could destroy all your documents, which could cost you thousands of dollars. Storing your important paperwork and files in a commercial records center provides you with a solution.
Atlas Van Lines employees are so much more than just movers. They are members of the local community. Since 1948, Atlas has provided local moving services for household and business customers. This is just one of the reasons why Nelson Westerberg is proud to work with its nationwide team of van operators and carriers.