A successful move requires a high level of critical thinking, problem solving and mental agility. There is, in short, more than one way to load a move truck. For nearly forty years the moving professionals at Truckin’ Movers have innovated smart move strategies. Used individually, or in concert, they will guarantee an efficient, lean, and very kind move.
Speed Moving – Local moves are billed by the hour, so an efficient move crew means you save not only time, but also money. To expedite the move process for a local move, we often use two move trucks and staff a move crew at the origin site and a move crew at the destination site.
Cube Loading – Every move is different and we approach the arrangement of your belongings as a unique and challenging puzzle. When we load our move trucks, we employ a space saving loading methodology called “cube loading.” Like those Legos your little ones play with, we build a solid structure one brick at a time. Our highly trained move professionals can safely fit more pieces into less space than you can possibly imagine. This technique is especially useful on long distance moves, where charges accrue by the linear square foot.
Containerized Moving – In the 1980s we pioneered containerized moving, developing wooden crates that once filled can be easily transported by forklift from move truck to storage warehouse and back. We’ve honed this technology over the last thirty years with weight reduction and the earth in mind. Our proprietary, lightweight, environmentally-friendly, disposable containers have allowed us to reduce long distance delivery costs by as much as 10%.
Strategic Transport Partnerships – While most moving companies wait to reach a full trailer load – often comprised of the belongings of multiple families – we rely instead on the network of transport partners we’ve cultivated over the decades. This approach allows us to guarantee exact delivery dates in the Continental United States. It’s also a green initiative, optimizing fuel usage by minimizing deadheading, the practice of shipping empty trailers.