Communicating during corporate removals

admin 12th April 2019

When they require assistance with their corporate removals Stockton clients get in touch with us. They choose our team because they want a world-class service. These types of moves usually demand that you move a large number of items. To ensure that everything arrives in the same state it left in, businesses rely on our careful handling.


Corporations move to different offices for all kinds of reasons. It may be a simple relocation or they might want to expand. There’s one huge difference here when you compare to moving house though; you must consider the downtime. If a company stops running for too long, it can lose money as a result. To prevent this, you have to manage things as effectively as possible. There is some advice below that can help you do that.

Communicating the move is the way forward here. Liaise with the businesses and customers that you regularly interact with. Inform them about what it is you are doing and how long you expect to be moving. Tell them where your new premises will be as well. The ideal time to do this is about a month before you leave. Update your website too and take advantage of social media to tell people about all the updates.

Who else do I need to speak to?

corporate removals StocktonCustomers and partners aren’t the only ones you’ll need to speak with however. Make sure you tell HM Revenue & Customs and other government bodies about what’s happening. The bank shall require an early prompt so they can issue new chequebooks and cards. Insurers will also have paperwork to complete.

At N&N Removals, we make sure that every client is ready for the move ahead. Part of this involves us carrying out a consultation process. Here, we talk about any unique requirements as well as the logistics. We liaise with clients throughout the entire move to make sure it goes as smoothly as possible.

We are proud to be the top name for corporate removals Stockton has. Whatever the size of your business, we are confident we can arrange a service for you. If you’d like to ask us any questions, please let us know.