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(Cheapest/ Professional) Relocation & Moving Services *Trusted Moving Services* 97101153
Posted By: daniel220682
Date: Mon, 16 Mar 2020
Price: Best Offer
Mobile: +65 97327712
Trusted Moving Services/Company Roc:532558290
(Only use local and professional movers)
Trusted Moving Services is one of the the leading moving company in Singapore. We provide customisable and professional moving services for all types of move with an affordable pricing to all our customers. With over 14 years of experience in empowering the moving industry, we are constantly striving hard to provide a smooth sailing yet hassle free moving process to all. Furthermore, we will be more than glad to be your best budget yet efficient partner in all of your moving worries. Do also be ensured that we will provide free quotations, carton boxes, tapes etc with absolutely $0 HIDDEN COST!
-Transport delivery & moving company
-14 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE (Reliable and trustworthy)
-Always there to serve you 24/7
-NO HIDDEN COSTS
Our specialization and service:
-Company and warehouse delivery
-Small items shifting (Furniture/household items/Electrical Appliances)
(24/7 cctv closure)
-Lorry rental with driver
Our value added service:
- Carton boxes/tapes(to store your items).
- Quotations based on your required stuffs.
- Wrapping services to protect your items and furnitures.
- Dismantle and assemble furniture for you.
We provide good value services that will suit your specific needs perfectly that will tailor-make the move for your needs
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