Gerold Moving & Warehousing

USDOT # 325848
435 Hecker St
Belleville, IL 62221
Contact Phone: (800) 522-8636
Additional Phone: (618) 277-8636
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Moving with Gerold Moving & Warehousing

We look forward to meeting you and helping you with your future moving needs.Founded in 1905 as Gerold Moving & Warehousing Co, it was originally owned and operated by the Gerold Family.Gerold began in East St. Louis, Illinois. In the early 1960’s the Crawford Family purchased the company and then relocated the operation to Belleville, IL.Gerold Moving and Warehousing Co has been moving families and businesses for over 100 years and will continue as the third generation of the Crawford Family continues with this tradition.

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