Federal Gateway Moving

USDOT # 642945
1975 Walton Road
Saint Louis, MO 63114
Saint Louis
Missouri
Contact Phone: (888) 483-7117
Additional Phone: (314) 429-3300
Company Site: www.federalcos.com

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Gateway moving has a license for general freight but not for household goods. Licensing may change and if you would like to update this listing please contact us at 702-333-2430.


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These folks in St. Louis were GREAT! Carefully packed my mom's home and moved her to Chicago on time! They were exceptionally cautious, productive, proficient, simply GREAT! I would refer them to anybody! Their names were Ed and Isaiah. They wasted no time and did an incredible job. Thanks Federal Gateway in the Lou!

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