Wilhite Moving & Storage

USDOT # 2547726
225 South Franklin
Junction City, KS 66441
Junction City
Kansas
Contact Phone: (785) 238-1115
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Company Site: www.bekins.com/find-a-local-agent/agents/wilhite-moving-storage-inc/

Moving with Wilhite Moving & Storage

These are attributes you probably expect from a company that’s been around for 125 years. And they’re exactly what you get with Bekins – the fourth largest van line, covering more than 95% of the United States.
From the time John and Martin Bekins founded Bekins Van Lines in 1891, our goal has remained the same: to expertly move our customers with outstanding service and an eye for detail. Sure, some things have changed. We no longer use horse-drawn wagons, for one. But our commitment to our customers has been constant from day one.
Bekins has thrived for more than a century because we’re resourceful and adaptable. And those qualities have served us well in finding innovative solutions to our customers’ complex moving challenges. No matter what type of move you’re planning, Bekins can handle it. From single-person relocations to large families and fast-paced corporate moves, we’ll tackle each one with industry-leading know-how and friendly professionalism.



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Wilhite Moving made an amazing showing. They were truly neighborly and touched base at 9:15... we were told somewhere around 9 and 10am. They should have 3 folks however the third didn't appear, so they dropped the rate. The main reason I gave them 4 stars is they cleared out the jolts for our bed outline at the past house so still has not been assembled back. In any case, both my spouse's companion and mine would utilize them later on.

Simply got done with moving us into our new home. Both men made out moving background to a great degree pleasurable We would very suggest WILHITE MOVING and STORAGE

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