Moving an entire office might seem tricky, especially in case of need to relocate a large office accommodating 200-300 workstations. Indeed, more than 500 companies move their offices in Tallinn on an annual basis, and only few of them know how to launch a newly moved office without interfering with the running workflow. Typical moving process usually takes up to 5-7 days, which might have a negative impact on both general productivity and employees' mood and motivation. Luckily, there is a great solution to such a problem.
Relocating to another place might be a difficult process, however, there is a way to make it a pleasant experience. If you want to take up residence in a new house, it is strongly recommended to thoroughly plan everything ahead.
- Office and corporate moves
- Private local moves
- Relocation services
- Moving of heavy objects - pianos, safes, servers etc
- Rental and sale of moving boxes and other materials
- Moving and transport insurance
CORRUGATED CARDBOARD SHIPPING BOXES
- International transport
- packing and unpacking in compliance with museum standards
- special packaging materials, producing of special crates, escort services
- courier service
- tracking on route
- tracking at airports
- services of customs broker
- export permits for fine art transport
Our company also specializes in the transportation of heavy and extra heavy items. Transportation of heavy objects differs from the usual transport, that it is necessary to use the special lifting equipment. Belts, trolleys, and in some cases, special packaging equipment. Such work is carried out only by specialists with relevant experience. Considered heavy objects weighing more than 50 kg per person.
Our main goal in organizing international removals is to provide you with the experience of a successful relocation and to show you that, with our help, moving can be rather a pleasant adventure. We have developed our services based on your particular needs and possible wishes.
CORRUGATED CARDBOARD SHIPPING BOXES
Corrugated cardboard shipping boxes available in standard size and, if necessary, we will provide you with tailored boxes of requested measures. In general, corrugated boxes are made using 5-layer, 3-layer or double-layer corrugated cardboard. The advantages of corrugated cardboard boxes are their reasonable price and light weight. The disadvantages, in turn, are the fragility and moisture absorption of the material so that such boxes are readily destructible upon chocks and heavy loads.
BOXES MADE OF THICK CORRUGATED CARDBOARD
These sturdy boxes are made of 7-layer corrugated cardboard with total thickness of 15 mm. Compared to wooden or plywood crates, these boxes are light and easy to assemble. A box made of 7-layer corrugated cardboard is significantly stronger and more resistant against shocks, bumps and falls than boxes made of thinner cardboard. They can also take in much heavier items without the risk of deformation or breaking. These boxes can be effectively used in air transport as the weight of the shipment plays an important role in the cost of transport.
BASIC PLYWOOD CRATE
Plywood crates have a wide range of uses. Since plywood crates are strong and relatively rigid even upon larger dimensions they can be used for packing and transporting items that are fragile and require a more stable environment.
Simple plywood crates are widely used for packing sculptures, paintings, heavy and fragile items such as pianos, electronics and other electrical equipment but also for transporting bigger animals.
Thanks to the comprehensive methodology of manufacturing, plywood crates are suitable for transporting and storing almost any type of goods.
In combination with other packaging materials plywood crates can be used to safely pack and transport even the most fragile items.
MUSEUM STANDARD CRATE
Packing fine arts is an essential part of fine art transport. Safe arrival of the shipment, so that it is continuously in the best possible condition once in its destination depends on the quality and choice of packing materials as well as packaging itself. This is the reason why the concept of museum standard crates has been developed and agreed between museums and removal companies. Although the materials used in manufacturing this type of crates as well as in protecting the contents of the crates may vary in different parts of the world, the main requirement for the museum standard crates is to provide the works of art the maximum protection against shocks, vibration and changes in temperature and humidity.
The so-called climate crate is a museum standard crate intended for packing and transporting objects that require even more precise climate conditions.
Climate crates are manufactured from multi-layer materials that block temperature and humidity. These crates are often built as a system of two separate crates that fit into one another. Every detail of a climate crate has its own specific purpose and it ensures the environmental stability of the shipment during its transport. The specific construction of a climate crate also depends on the planned route and the means of transport.
Climate crates are relatively widely used for air transport as it is difficult to ensure a specific level of temperature and humidity in the cargo area of an airplane.
A travel frame is a simple and relatively light alternative for short distance transport and storage of larger paintings, sculptures and installations as well as electronics, pianos and other items. The purpose of the travel frame is to ensure the safety of the shipment, to protect it against dust and other factors of the environment and to act as a casing that provides sturdiness and protection. Travel frames are often used in combination with other types of crates, e.g. paintings in plaster frames are first hung inside travel frames and then packed into museum standard crates.
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