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* Lowest-Rate/ Efficient *Trusted Moving Services 97101153 (mover/movers)

Posted By: daniel220682

Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2020

Price: Best Offer

Mobile: +65 97327712

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Trusted Moving Services
Company Roc:53255829d
(Only use local and professional movers)
5***** Services


Trusted Moving Services is one of the more reputable and with the lowest rates provided to all our valued customers in the moving industry. We assure all of you with a smooth sailing moving experience with trusted moving services, especially with the help of our dedicated moving team of up to 12 years of experience in this field. Do drop us a message or a call for any moving related quotations where we will be more than happy to respond as soon as we can.


We provide good value services that will suit your specific needs perfectly that will tailor-make the move for your needs
hotline:97101153
Email:trustedmovingservices@gmail.com
Facebook Page:trusted moving services


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Trusted Moving Services :
-house/condo/hdb relocation
-office relocation
-delivery services
-ad hoc delivery
-transport services
-supply manpower
-handyman
-piano/safe relocation
-storage services
(24/7 cctv closure)
Feel free to call our 24/7 enquiry
On top of that, we provide FREE
- boxes(to store your items).
- quotations based on your required stuffs.
- wrapping services to protect your items and furnitures.
- dismantle and assemble furniture for you.




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