Ferguson Transfer Company

1690 Ocean Blvd NW
Coos Bay, OR 97420
Coos Bay
Contact Phone: (800) 342-9436
Additional Phone: (541) 888-5578
Company Site: www.northamerican.com

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We used Ferguson Transfer in June of 2010 for a crosscountry move. They are associated with North American Van Lines, which is trustworthy, and they were likewise very prescribed by our coast watch companions who utilized them a year or two prior. I think the Coast Guard utilizes them a lot really, as they are found right alongside their trade on Ocean Blvd.

Anyway, I orchestrated them to do a walk-through, and it went genuinely well. The proprietor (Jim Cahill) was extremely amiable and fast. I do wish he had gone over things somewhat more precisely, yet we'll get into that very soon..

The lady in their office (Julie) had a touch of a state of mind from the begin, and tho I met with her in individual and via telephone numerous times, I never got the sense she would be an extremely decent individual to manage if things wound up going sideways for reasons unknown. We continued at any rate, in view of suggestions from our dear companions.

My wife and I utilized Ferguson Transfer for our late move in Gold Beach, OR. Our own was a short move (only six miles) yet one regardless that required a lot of consideration. Ferguson sent two folks, Ronnie and Peter, who were both tremendous. They were quiet, watchful, and proficient. We supplemented their work with that of two secondary school understudies. Ronnie and Peter were incredible with them, as well, giving support and preparing and treating them like esteemed equivalents. I can't say that I would dependably utilize Ferguson, on the grounds that the organization is just in the same class as the general population who appear to do the move. However, I can surely say that I would utilize Ferguson again if Ronnie and Peter took the necessary steps.

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