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** UNITED MOVERS & TRANSPORTATION SOLUTION ** (** STORAGE SVCS**) ** HP: 9890 6767 **SALES OF BOXES**
Dear Customers ,
UNITED is a registered company in Singapore and our movers are absolutely reliable and professional!!
** UNITED TRANSPORT SERVICES
** Tel : 9890 6767
** Add : 50 Gambas Cresent
** Proxima@Gambas) Singapore (757022)
** Email :firstname.lastname@example.org
** Do visit our Website at:
My Company(UTS) is a registered Company in Singapore that is established in year 2006. Our company provides all sorts of Moving and Relocation Solution. We also provide Storage services, Disposal services, Packing services and many other services that are bound to help you.
No worries, our friendly team of movers are professional, reliable and definitely efficient! We strive to make every move a pleasant one by providing our most reliable and safe services for all of our customers. You will feel at ease with us helping you! We will try our best to be accommodating to every customer's requests too.
We ensure that every moves is a pleasant one as economical as possible with NO extra charges and NO hidden costs! We also have a fleet of vehicles in order to provide you thebest and stress-free moving experiences!
*Residential & Commercial Moves
*Complicated Dismantling Service
*Stuffing and Unstuffing of Containers
*Exhibition & Event Moves
*Long & Short Term Delivery
*Packing & Unpacking Service
*Disposal & Food Stall Removal
*Urgent Moves & Airport Service
*Export Overseas Packaging
*PIANO & ORGAN & SAFE Removal
** Night Relocation **
** In-house Storage **
** Sales of carton & Packing Materials **
*Normal Dismantle & Assemble
*10 / 15 Footer Covered Trucks
*No hidden costs & Free Quotation
*100 % Hand-Over
For further enquirers, Please contact us at:
Tel : 9890 6767 (STAN)
Email : email@example.com
...........The Ultimate Moving Experience...........
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