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Victory Van Corporation Expands Service Area To Include Washington, D.C Metro Area

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Commercial and Office Moves Now Included For Washington, D.C. Metro Area Moves.

Washington, DC, United States of America – March 13, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

According to a recent report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the metro area expected to grow the fastest in terms of total job growth by the year 2020 should be the Washington, D.C. area, thanks in part to the large share of professional services jobs. With that in mind, Victory Van Corporation has announced they are now serving the Washington, D.C. area for commercial and office moves. Says Chris Patton, company spokesperson, “Our team of professionals will be helping both small and large businesses relocate their offices with detailed moving plans, packing and labeling supplies, and expert furniture/work station disassembly.”

According to Patton, office and commercial moves are unlike residential moves in a number of ways. “A great deal of logistical planning goes into a commercial move. Your office and all of your furnishings are your assets, and therefore, every broken desk chair or over turned plant reflects on your ultimate bottom line. When you’re relocating, you need a professional moving team who will efficiently and timely transport your cubicles, packing tables, and storage shelves. There is a great deal to take into consideration when selecting the moving company that will transport your business from one location to the next on the big day, and it’s different for various industries of business.”

For example, says Patton, in the retail field, a warehousing system is often necessary to handle seasonal retail warehousing, contract warehousing and support for the build out of the new location. He urges retail establishments to look for services such as order fulfillment, consolidation, receiving and delivery of fixtures, operating supplies and equipment.

Patton further urges business owners to consider multiple points before choosing a moving crew for their office. “Consider how long they’ve been in business, whether they’ve moved a business of your size and magnitude before and if they’ve handled a business of your type in the past, too.”

“All of our moves are completed on time and on budget thanks to our dedicated crew and senior project managers,” says Patton. He continues, saying, “To ensure customer satisfaction, our managers coordinate with clients to analyze the logistics of their relocation, present detailed written proposals and ultimately oversee the successful completion of the each move. Our attention to detail together with our clear communication make for efficient and cost-effective pricing in the Metro Washington, D.C. market.”

About Victory Van Corporation:
Victory Van Corporation has a permanent staff of trained, experienced personnel numbering over 250. Additionally, they have warehouse facilities exceeding 500,000 square feet, and a fleet of vehicles including over 150 tractor trailers, flatbeds, forklifts and other specialized relocation and rigging equipment. Their quality control programs have established goals that exceed industry standards, along with a staff closely monitoring progress on all services including inspections during moves to insure complete customer satisfaction. Victory Van Corporation is proud of its domestic and international reputation earned over the years, providing dependable, cost effective transportation and storage services.

For more information about us, please visit http://victoryvan.com

Contact Info:
Name: Chris Patton
Email: info@victoryvanlines.com
Phone: 703-468-8036
Organization: Victory Van Lines

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/victory-van-corporation-expands-service-area-to-include-washington-d-c-metro-area/35897

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