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One of the few events that may be more stressful than a residential move is a corporate move. Most people are totally unfamiliar with how to prepare for a corporate move. Thus, the process can be quite daunting and stressful. Let us make it easy for you.

PLAN YOUR CORPORATE MOVE
The key to any move is to plan. The major goal in a corporate move is to be as time-efficient and as cost-efficient as possible.

To increase efficiency you need to:
- have an idea of how your new location will look
- know the dimensions
- create a floor plan
- map out exactly where the furniture and equipment will be placed and where your workers will be stationed
After you have created your map, place a copy of it at the entrance of your office and on every floor. It may seem to be a tedious task, especially if you’re moving into multiple floors, high up, but this will save you a considerable amount of time, money and headaches in the long run. Such organization will keep your workers happier and more productive if they are able to resume business as usual.

COMMUNICATE WITH YOUR MOVER
Inform all parties-employees, landlords, and movers, of every detail of the relocation process. It is important that you don’t keep them in the dark. Be sure to diplomatically notify your mover of where each piece of furniture needs to be placed.
It may be a good idea to place color-coded labels on each piece that needs to be moved. The labels could serve as a sign as to where each object belongs. Labeling is a key part of moving offices that is often overlooked. Be sure to label all equipment and furniture that is being moved. The label should be placed prominently on the package and should immediately and easily inform the mover of exactly where the package is to be moved.

CONTENTS
The contents of desks, bookcases, shelving units, and lateral systems should be removed and packed separately. The contents of pull drawer filing cabinets generally should not be emptied. They should remain in their location, but be kept secure with either a lock or strong Packing Tape.

TECHNOLOGY
As technology develops and changes at increasingly rapid rates, the process for moving certain devices become more intricate. Certain technological devices may require special attention. If you are renting your equipment, be sure to notify your supplier. Failure to do so may result in a nullification of your rental agreement. For items such as Computers, disconnection and dismantling services may be required; for items such as Photocopiers, you must empty all liquids and remove extensions that may jut out and create difficulties; and for items such as Vending Machines, you must empty all items.

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