Relocation Movers Vs Logistics Company – What is the difference?
The beginning of the baby-boomer era saw massive growth in consumer spending. Suburbs sprung up everywhere around major manufacturing cities like Detroit, Chicago, Boston and many other areas. As Americans needed to move cross-country to work, many national moving franchises offered relocation services for executives of large companies. The term “relocation” became synonymous with any move that a corporation was paying to move an executive cross-country. Most relocation movers were affiliated with one of many national van line companies and many advertised “relocation moving” services.
Now, as many of these successful baby-boomers retire, the need for relocation movers is becoming less and less. However, many of these retiring baby boomers are needing to downsize their homes and are looking to use logistics companies who can meet many different needs. Identifying items to be stored, crated, shipped, moved or disposed of is essential to downsizing baby boomers. Since corporations are not paying for these retired baby-boomers to move, the move itself and associated costs are the burden of the homeowner.
The William C Huff White Glove Moving and Storage Companies has been helping downsizers with their logistics for several years now. The company is aggressively using technology and digital transformation to help make downsizing for homeowners more convenient and more cost efficient.