Kato Moving & Storage

417 Poplar St
Mankato, MN 56001
Contact Phone: (800) 228-8583
Additional Phone: (507) 388-9329
Company Site: www.katomoving.com

Moving with Kato Moving & Storage

Across town, across the country or overseas; wherever you are moving, Kato Moving & Storage's quality service shows in every move we make. Kato Moving & Storage is a full-service mover headquartered in Mankato MN.
Our sincere desire to exceed our customer's expectations, coupled with a strong work ethic, drives us to provide our customers with superior service. While we'll never remove all the stress from moving, you'll feel a lot more comfortable with Kato Moving & Storage on the job.

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This moving company is extraordinary! Friendly, accommodating, and quick. They even take care of my furniture and re-gathered my bed. I would suggest these folks instant and unquestionably utilize them once more!

Mr. Roger Kato and his moving organization were to a great degree supportive to me in my late move, without them it wouldn't have been conceivable. Mr. Kato and alternate movers that accompanied him were snappy and decided completing an extensive employment in a brief span. The cost was sensible, and he has his own particular trucks. The way that everything was stuffed made for the most effective utilization of space. I would prescribe them profoundly to move later on.

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