Pacific Storage Company Moving

USDOT # 80356
523 N Hunter St
Stockton, CA 95202
Stockton
California
Contact Phone: 888-823-5467
Additional Phone: (209) 320-6600
Company Site: www.pacificstorage.com

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Pacific Storage Company birthplaces go back to 1856, when it was known as Pacific Leather Tannery. Charles and Jacob Wagner, both pulled in to California from Germany amid the Gold Rush built up the tannery business. At the time, it was one of Stockton's biggest managers, and involved a whole square piece of the city.
The tanning business developed to such a degree in the Orient that it created a sharp decrease in operations at Pacific Tannery amidst the 1920's; and it stopped its operations.
In 1928 the Company moved into the thing stockpiling business and changed its name to Pacific Storage Company. We then began to move and distribution center furniture, and turned into a Bekins Moving and Storage specialists in 1932. We are as of now the second most seasoned and third biggest Bekins operators in the United States, with stockrooms in Northern California.
In 1965 we entered the record stockpiling business too. We have consistently expanded the sort of administration offerings, which now incorporates paper stockpiling, as well as media stockpiling, alongside report destroying and archive imaging. To better mirror the bunch of item and administration offerings, the name of the record stockpiling division has changed to Pacific Records Management, with areas in Sacramento.
Pacific Storage Company, offering both moving and capacity and records administration still involves part of the first tannery site, including a four story structure which is currently the corporate base camp and a distribution center for business record storerooms.
Pacific Storage Company was established with an old truck and a grand dream. The old truck is a distant memory, yet the fantasy still lives on.



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Every one of the men were as amiable and benevolent as could be, and also solid, fabulous laborers. They showed up when they said they would and were done in around three hours, which I would have thought incomprehensible with the gigantic burden they needed to manage. They never to such an extent as brushed against a divider, even with each one of those cabinets up the stairs. It was a genuinely great employment.

I'm trusting I never need to move again, however in the event that I do, I'm approaching these folks. Truth be told, next time I'll contract them to pack the kitchen, as well!

The move was done exceptionally well and the group was truly useful, productive and proficient. With such a remarkable affair, it is my awesome delight.

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