General Warehouse Company

USDOT # 63390
1812 Mascaro Ln
Port Royal, SC 29935
Port Royal
South Carolina
Contact Phone: (843) 524-7545
Additional Phone: (843) 524-7545
Company Site: www.gwcmoves.com

Moving with General Warehouse Company

Located in Port Royal, SC, General Warehouse Co Inc offers on-time, safe and efficient moving and storage services. We are an agent for Allied Van Lines and serve industrial, commercial and residential customers. Our service areas include Beaufort, Hilton Head Island, Hampton Estill, Bluffton, Sun City, Dataw, Fripp Island, Jasper County, Hampton County, Port Royal, Ridgeland, Savannah, Richmond Hill and Pooler, GA. Providing each of our clients with competitively priced, high quality service is our #1 goal.




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Company had a planning issue upon the arrival of our turn, yet they apologized abundantly and repaid us for our additional costs. Would endeavor to utilize them again later on.

Great work, guys! Very professional and respectful towards other people.

Spectacular moving background. Super obliging - agreeable, yet greatly dedicated. Employment was done in less time than evaluated and cost was fundamentally lower than cited. Nothing borken. What more would you be able to request?

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