Corporate Moving and Personnel Relocation

Corporate moving takes a lot of planning and prep, especially if you’re moving a lot of employees. Fortunately, iMoving can help you with your corporate move and personnel relocation.

Make Employee Relocations Easy with iMoving

Relocating your personnel means building a better relationship with your entire staff. Your employees are like family, and they’re what makes your company so special. Whether it’s a new hire or moving your whole team, helping them relocate keeps morale and productivity high.

While it’s easy to transport the office supplies and inventory, organizing a relocation for your workforce requires some real logistics pros. iMoving has an entire marketplace of 1000+ corporate movers who can handle the heavy lifting - for your company, and for the people who work there.

One Account, Multiple Moves

Other movers require a different account for every move. Not us. With iMoving, we can stack as many moves as you need under one account.

Multiple Move Discounts

You’re moving your entire team. We can hook you up with bulk moving discounts to keep things a little more affordable.

Local and Nationwide Coverage

Whether it’s down the block, across town, or from coast to coast, our network has you covered. Compare 1000+ movers of all shapes and sizes.

Dedicated Moving Agents

When you book through iMoving, we assign a single moving agent to handle your case. You know who to call, and you won’t get bounced around between departments.

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Corporate Moving FAQ

Local moving—a relocation activity that usually takes place within short distances, in most cases within the same city or urban area. The local moves usually attract charges of time per hour, and the moving activity must be completed on the same day.

Long-distance moving involves changing one's place of residence over a longer distance, for example, from one city to another or even across states or countries.

Moving over a long distance is normally categorized either by the weight of the belongings or by its distance, whereby there is the necessity of careful planning and more organization.

The time frame of the move will largely differ and take into consideration major factors such as the distance to be covered, volume of property to be transported, speed of the moving crew, and unforeseen delays such as traffic or weather.

Movers commonly do not move hazardous materials, perishable items, plants, pets, and valuable or sentimental items. One should check the moving company for a full list of items they will not transport.

The best time for moving depends on various factors, including your personal schedule, weather conditions, and market demand.

However, many people find that moving during the off-peak seasons, such as fall or winter, can result in lower costs and greater availability of moving services.

Additionally, mid-month moves and weekdays tend to be less busy than weekends and the beginning or end of the month.

The relocation of an office requires keen planning and coordination so as not to cause disruptions in the business processes.

This would be done by an experienced and professional moving company with a proven track record in commercial moves.

Start by preparing a detailed inventory of the office furniture, equipment, and supplies that require relocation.

They would then contact the selected company to discuss logistics, timelines, and any special requirement of the move.

Why Choose iMoving?

Super Streamlined

iMoving is the only place you can shop for movers, compare quotes, and book your move entirely online. No phone calls, no house calls, and you only need to enter your details once.

Trusted Network

We did the digging and checked certifications, safety records, and authentic customer reviews. If a mover is featured in the iMoving marketplace, it means they made the cut.

Custom Moves

Every move is different. That’s why we let you pick and choose the services you’ll need on moving day. Custom moves for all of your employees. What’s not to like?