When it comes to being corporate, it usually means being together as one. One vision for all. So what better way to show unity than a team photo shoot! Now, most of you out there will say that a team photo shoot is kinda lame. You know, too cliche… and to be honest, I also think that way. But here’s a twist: it doesn’t have to be flashy to send that strong message of unity.
So here’s where a local Perth Removalists company demonstrate exactly what I mean. A simple, amateur shot of the ground staff sends a strong message of a cohesive team (I did ask them if I can share their photo on my blog, but they kindly declined – a decision that I have to respect; even if I myself am a photographer). As they say, a picture paints a thousand word! Back track several years ago, this removals company started of with just one computer and one truck. Fast forward many years later, then have in excess of fifteen removal trucks on the road. That translates to a lot of moves! Starting with a couple of ground staff helping with the moves, now they boast more than twenty staff on board. With quality in mind, the removalists employed need to have at least two years work experience.
Not only they have expanded in staff number and fleet size, they have also moved to a new facility that is pretty much purpose built for a service company like this. With plenty of room for the trucks and also ample of space for storage use. In fact, this removals company has expanded the services they offer to include storage units. What these storage units allow are the storage of multiple items in secured box units. Don’t get me wrong, some of the storage units are pretty big. There are some custom sized to store cars, both everyday cars to classic vintage cars.
Their removal service also includes preparation for the move, such as packing and boxing. But if it was me, I’ll most likely do it myself. Save money and time whilst waiting for the truck to arrive. But it also allows some privacy for my personal belongings, the fact that they are prepacked; not allowing other people to see what I’m carrying on board. Think about it, if you let the removalists pack ’em (which some people do prefer and nothing wrong with that!), they can see your items! So it doesn’t allow any form of privacy. But I am sure these mob will look after you really good!