Southern Oregon Transfer & Storage Company

USDOT # 2256609
1825 NW Washington Blvd
Grants Pass, OR 97526
Grants Pass
Oregon
Contact Phone: 800-456-8092
Additional Phone: (541) 476-4439
Company Site: www.bekins.com

Moving with Southern Oregon Transfer & Storage Company

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.
At Bekins, our decisions are truly based on customer’s needs. That’s why we’re always transparent about the details of your move. As a Bekins customer, you can rest easy knowing that your possessions are in good hands.



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The movers were on time, amicable, and effective. They moved me from my third floor condo!!! They even attempted to spare me some cash by attempting to be as brisk as possible, however I was not as arranged for them as I ought to of been. The main reason I didn't give them a 5 was on the grounds that the online structure for them to get in touch with me didn't work. I really needed to call to get in contact with them. Nonetheless, I will utilize them later on!

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