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Admiral Movers Celebrates 25 Years in Business

May 16 2014, 5:59am CDT | by

Montgomery Mover Continues to Build on Tradition of Superior Service, Innovation, and Relocation Expertise

Montgomery, AL, May 16, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Admiral Movers has announced the celebration of its 25th anniversary. The Montgomery mover marked the occasion with a ribbon cutting and open house...

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Admiral Movers Celebrates 25 Years in Business

May 16 2014, 5:59am CDT | by

Montgomery Mover Continues to Build on Tradition of Superior Service, Innovation, and Relocation Expertise

Montgomery, AL, May 16, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Admiral Movers has announced the celebration of its 25th anniversary. The Montgomery mover marked the occasion with a ribbon cutting and open house attended by customers and members of the local community on April 17th.

Founded in 1989, Admiral Movers provides residential and commercial moving, warehousing and storage, and logistics services for businesses and families throughout the River Region. Its sister company, Admiral Records Management, provides records management and storage services that help businesses protect and streamline their operations.

Admiral Movers’ long-standing commitment to civic responsibility, outstanding ethical conduct, and integrity in relationships with businesses, employees, and the community was recognized in 2013 when it won the River Region Ethics in Business and Public Service Award. This award added to the 15 Reader’s Choice Awards the Montgomery Advertiser has presented to Admiral Records Management.

“It has been our privilege to serve the River Region for the past 25 years,” said Scott McNelley, founder and president of Admiral Movers. “We couldn’t have come this far without our loyal customers and dedicated team. But we’re just getting started. We have expansion plans in the works, in addition to new services to make our relocations even more efficient. If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the past quarter century, it’s that you can’t rest on your laurels. You have to continually be innovating and working harder to get better everyday.”

Admiral Movers is known for its exceptional customer service and unmatched reliability, and has earned an A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau. The company’s quality service is supported by cutting-edge technology, which includes using gondolas to quickly transport files and the AirGlide® system to move computer equipment. As a pioneer in the office moving industry, Admiral Movers has also helped define and implement innovations to make relocations faster, easier, safer, and more affordable.

This dedication to innovation can also be seen in the Montgomery mover’s membership in the Commercial Relocation Network, an organization comprised of the largest and most premier office movers in the United States. Members must pass the organization’s rigorous screening process, follow its high ethical standards, demonstrate first-class service, and apply the best moving practices in their geographical area. Admiral Movers’ leadership in all of these areas continues to advance the way professional movers operate on a daily basis.

The Admiral Movers team is comprised of employees with an average of 20 years of moving experience. The company provides staff with ongoing training to ensure it consistently delivers on its promise to be the best of the best in every area of commercial and residential moving. Admiral is honored to be the exclusive relocation service provider for local, national, and international customers alike—many of whom have worked with the Montgomery mover since its inception.

“You can’t put a price on the relationships we’ve built over the years,” said McNelley. “We’re proud of our accomplishments so far, but even more excited for what lies ahead. We look forward to being the go-to mover for businesses and families in Montgomery and throughout the River Region for another 25 years.”

For more information about Admiral Movers or to request a quote, visit AdmiralMovers.com or call 877.816.3454 to speak with a representative.

About Admiral Movers and Admiral Records Management
Admiral Movers and Admiral Records Management are part of the Admiral Companies, which specialize in total move management. From the planning stage to moving day to secure storage, Admiral provides customers with a complete solution that enables clients to rest easier knowing all of their property and data are moved securely on time, every time. Founded in 1989, Admiral Movers has grown to be Montgomery’s premier provider of moving, storage, records management, shredding, and scanning for both residential and commercial customers. Admiral Records Management is Admiral Movers’ sister company, a full-service records moving, management, and storage company serving the businesses and communities of Montgomery, Alabama. Visit AdmiralMovers.com or AdmiralRecordsManagement.com or call 877.816.3454 to learn more.

Contact Information:
Admiral Movers
Scott McNelley
877.816.3454
Contact via Email
www.AdmiralMovers.com

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