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YONG SHEN BEST MOVER, WAREHOUSE STORAGE SPACE FOR RENT, DISPOSAL SERVICE, TRANSPORT SERVICES, (24HR) NIGHT MOVING SERVICES IN SINGAPORE 91295501

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Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2021

Price: Best Offer

Mobile: +65 91295501

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YONG SHEN BEST MOVER, WAREHOUSE STORAGE SPACE FOR RENT, DISPOSAL SERVICES, TRANSPORTATION SERVICES, (24HR) NIGHT MOVING SERVICES IN SINGAPORE


Hotline : 91295501 / 91010268


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https://www.yongshenmover.com.sg


Email : yongshenservice@ymail.com


https://www.facebook.com/yongshenmover


If you need the best movers in Singapore to help with your move to a new home or office, Yong Shen Service will provide a professional service. Our business was established 15 years ago and we have learnt a reputation as the best moving company in Singapore with our professional service. Whether you're moving house, or you need a team of movers to help you move to a new office, you won't find a better moving company in Singapore to help you get the job done.


Here’s what sets us apart from other relocation movers services.
* We provide boxes (when you’re relocating a whole house or office)
* We provide a free quote via phone or WhatsApp
*We provide free wrapping service
* We provide a free simple dismantling and assembling service
* We provide Truck with Tailgate for 15 and 24 feet box truck (Cover box lorry)
* We provide 4-5 movers in a team.


Services
We pride ourselves on our professional approach to all aspects of moving, including
* Household, office and factory relocations
* Safe, Piano Removal Service
* Packing and Unpacking Service
* Disposal Services
* Transportation Services
* Manpower Supply Service
* Unstuffing of Containers Service
* Singapore based space storage to meet you short or long term needs


Storage
We provide in-house professional movers and the quote provided for storage are given based on the items or the truckload. This has benefited many of our clientele in saving the hassle and the arduous process in sourcing for movers and storage space and the booking of the right storage space for their items. To ensure the safety of every of our customer’s belongings, there will be strictly no access to the storage area.
* Our storage is highly recommended to customers who are:
* Intending to renovate their home
* To store office documents
* Travelling to overseas
* Waiting or Finding for new unit
* We do not require you to go down to do the booking or documentation for the storage booking. For your ease, our friendly staff coordinators can be easily reached via a Call / WhatsApp / SMS


Hope you can give us a chance to Serve You for my Best Mover Service.


THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!


TO BE THE BEST MOVER IN SINGAPORE.


We look forward into giving our clients the best service in town !


Keep Safe and Let's Fight for The Covid-19




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