American Van Service Inc

USDOT # 320322
113 Hollywood BLVD NW
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548
Fort Walton Beach
Florida
Contact Phone: 800-874-8996
Additional Phone: (850) 244-7661
Company Site: www.anatransfer.com

Moving with American Van Service Inc

American Van Lines has been in business since 1995. We began our journey to revolutionize the moving industry with only two trucks and a dream. We’ve since grown to have multiple locations in order to better serve our customers.
We are a South Florida based Moving Company that is family-owned and operated. The family values we hold dear are mirrored in the respect we give our customers, the high service standards we uphold, and the quality-assured moving services we provide with every relocation. Holding on the traditions of the past has shaped our company and we intend to let these values lead us into the future.



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