Mullen Moving Storage and Logistics

247 Altamont Ave
Schenectady, NY 12304
New York
Contact Phone: (518) 382-0570
Additional Phone: (800) 548-4338
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Trust Mullen for any relocation, shipping, storage, warehousing and packing services. Domestic or international, residential or commercial, Mullen provides outstanding consistent service to families, corporations, public agencies and service members on the move. Please contact Mullen for your next move.

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Do not use, terrible administration. Very Rude!

We made a move as of late out of the Upstate NY territory and had picked Mayflower/Mullen Moving and Storage to pack up our home and convey our substance securely to our new home. We thought this organization would be a dependable one and deal with our requirements. Not all that valid as we discovered the most difficult way possible. After unloading our containers, we discovered one specifically that did not hold the substance that we the mortgage holders pre-pressed and shut everything down, to the moving organization coming into pack the rest. The things inside were gone. There was ensemble gems and a couple of nostalgic pieces given to my wife by friends and family. All that remained were the unfilled adornments boxes. This annoyed us immensely

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