A project manager assigned to the contract has several discussions with the client’s team to plan the relocation of the warehouse. The planning relates to the movement of the stored material, the equipment, and the racks. It was a turnkey mandate to move the full warehouse, lock, stock, and barrel.
Our project manager with a crew of 20 worked for two weeks to complete the assignment. We surveyed the current warehouse and used the plans for the proposed layout in the new warehouse to sequence the dismantling of racks and packing of furniture. This would help to reduce the time for unpacking and assembling at the new warehouse.
They were delivered at the designated area in the warehouse as per the new layout plans. The storage boxes were also loaded carefully and transported. Our team then unpacked and assembled the racks to recreate the warehouse in the new place. We also placed back the storage boxes containing the furniture in the specific rack. While in-home relocation we use photos to recreate display shelves, for a warehouse we rely on accurate numbering.
GMG Transport LLC has mastered the art of packing, moving, and unpacking with the help of established processes, checklists, and documentation. We have regular training sessions to analyze and find solutions for problems faced in earlier jobs. We can surely say that we have the expertise and experience for complex jobs.