Johnson Storage & Moving

USDOT # 2269408
Mr. David Henley 204 N American Rd
Cheyenne, WY 82007-1010
Cheyenne
Wyoming
Contact Phone: (800) 289-6683
Additional Phone: (307) 637-7997
Company Site: www.johnsonstorage.com

Moving with Johnson Storage & Moving

Established in 1900, Johnson Storage and Moving is a worldwide logistics organization that helps families, government and organizations store and move their merchandise far and wide. We work in white glove administration for private and business moves, alongside logistics and circulation. Our definitive objective is to make a point to treat every one of your possessions with the most extreme consideration and polished methodology, and to deal with every one of the subtle elements for you — making the procedure without stress for you.Moving can be distressing yet with Johnson Storage and Moving we will do whatever we can to decrease your anxiety and make your turn go smooth.Johnson Storage and Moving Company is claimed and worked by fourth-era individuals from the Johnson family, who have been in the transportation business since 1900. One of a kind among moving organizations in America, Johnson was an establishing specialists of United Van Lines (America's #1 family mover®) as a center van line in 1947. From its establishing site in Denver, the organization has extended to different areas crossing seven states and developed to incorporate Security Van Lines (a specialists for Mayflower Van Lines Transit) in New Orleans and Colorado Springs, and also Johnson Storage and Moving Company (an operators for United Van Lines) with operations all through Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, California, Louisiana, Kansas and Texas.




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Our beginning contact with this moving company was not empowering. Our first moving company dropped out and I was doled out to Johnson Storage and Moving Co on 30 September 2014. I sat tight two weeks for them to reach me before I chose to get in touch with them on 13 October 2014.

The woman that addressed the telephone needed to find my research material. She had put it in her "to do heap" in light of the fact that our moving date wasn't until December 2014. We booked our family unit merchandise investigation for Thursday, 16 October 2014 at 1pm. 1:15pm moves around and nobody had appeared. I got and discovered that we are booked for Friday, 17 October 2014. My wife affirmed that she heard the sixteenth when we were on the telephone with the moving company the first run through.

I am confident that the execution demonstrates more proficient than the arrangement, so I will hold absolute judgment as the moving company still has sufficient energy to influence my sentiment. In any case, the old saying is "You just have one an opportunity to make an initial introduction." My first (and second) impression is bad. In any case, I stay confident of change.

This wound up being an extraordinary move. The movers were dependable, amicable, and proficient. We didn't have any issues with our pack out.

No grumblings with these folks. They appeared on time, emptied in under two hours and didn't break anything. They made an incredible showing and appeared to appreciate moving my stuff in really. I would prescribe them and will utilize them again on the off chance that I move later on. Cost is correct and administration is perfect.

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