My family has moved many times, my parents my sister and myself. My parents were Salvation Army ministers while I was growing up. WHERE WERE YOU WHEN MY MOM NEEDED YOU? The Salvation Army provided moving services, but the younger ministers would use U Haul and since my parents were older, they would get a professional moving company. They were told by The Salvation Army that it was only load and unload, so my mom did most of the packing. We did not own our home or furnishings since they were provided by The Salvation Army, it was like a parsonage. When we moved there was over 15,000 pounds of personal belongings.
Yes, my mom had some special Spode China that she had to carefully pack. She also had Pfaltzgraff dishes. She did not just have a little bit, she had tons of the dishes. My parents are probably the only people who kept the original boxes for things like TV's and electronics, because they knew that they would need them for the next move. My mom probably would have loved the White Glove Delivery Services, but she would also appreciate someone to pack for her (under her supervision of course).
In the Salvation Army we have move day, (I'm sure it is the same for other churches). We are to be out of our house and the house must be left immaculate for the next minister moving in. I am sure that my mom would have loved to use your services, but The Salvation Army is an organization of integrity and they would not want to waste charitable donations when they feel the ministers can do it themselves.
I have full confidence that if I were to ship something through Ship Smart that it would arrive on time, safely and in one piece. I know that I can give your phone number and web address out and you will not let me down because you have a reputation to live up to.
My parents are now retired and not many more moves for them, but I am just getting started in life and I know who to contact if I need something moved, www.shipsmart.com. If you need a packer my mom is really great. In the 16 moves since she was an adult only one thing broke and that was not her fault.
I was pretty surprised to see that you have three hundred warehouses. It must be helpful as you work throughout the country and the world.
I see that you ship to any city, state, and most countries. You ship delicate and fragile, and you pack very well, do you include food and water?