Commercial Moves

Get down to business

Whether you simply need a filing cabinet moving or require a full office or workshop move, at Norman Ferns Removals we have the experience, expertise and equipment  needed to keep everything running smoothly and with minimal disruption. We can discuss with you any specific requirements. You can trust we’ll do our job, so you can do yours.

Plan Ahead

Planning ahead is crucial when considering a commercial move. It’s important to give yourself enough time to organize the move and communicate with everyone involved. Start by making a list of everything that needs to be moved and consider any specialized equipment or supplies that will require extra care during the move. It’s also important to communicate with employees and stakeholders, keeping them informed about the move and how it will impact them. Choosing a reliable removals company is another crucial step in the planning process, as they can help you determine the logistics of the move and provide guidance on how to minimize disruptions to your business operations. By planning ahead, you can ensure that your commercial move runs smoothly and is completed on time and within budget.

Label all your Items

Labeling items prior to a commercial move is an important step in ensuring a smooth transition. By clearly marking boxes and items with their contents and the room they belong in, you can help ensure that everything is organized and can be easily unpacked and set up in the new location. This is especially important for businesses with large or complex inventories, as it can save time and reduce the risk of items getting lost or misplaced during the move. Taking the time to label items prior to a commercial move can help streamline the process and make it easier for everyone involved, from the movers to the employees setting up the new space.

Minimise Disruption

Keeping your business running during a commercial move is essential to reduce disruption and maintain productivity. One way to do this is to plan the move during a slow period or over a weekend to minimize the impact on day-to-day operations. Another strategy is to create a detailed plan that outlines which employees will be responsible for which tasks during the move. For example, you may assign some employees to pack and label boxes, while others continue to handle customer service or other critical functions. Additionally, it’s important to communicate with clients or customers about the move and any potential disruptions to service, providing as much advance notice as possible. By taking these steps, you can help ensure that your business continues to run smoothly during a commercial move, reducing the risk of lost productivity and revenue.