Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Office Moves

When it comes to moving office, whether as a small business or a large company,  it is essential the process runs as smoothly and hassle free as possible. Sufficient time needs to be given to the move to not only ensure that all your equipment is packed, but it is packed safely and securely to guarantee safe transition to its new location. 



Easycrate have a proud heritage in helping small and large companies throughout the UK achieve office moves that are easier, efficient and environmentally friendly.

We offer a great range of environmentally friendly, hardwearing and multipurpose plastic storage crates - ideal for your office files and documents.

Our standard lidded crate - ideal for your office files

Our metre lidded crate - ideal for files, documents and books.


Our computer crates offer secure transportation for your computer and electronic equipment, and for added protection, our computer covers are the ideal solution for protecting delicate computer screens. 

Our sturdy and secure computer crates - designed to hold a computer, monitor and related items.

Our computer screen covers give added protection when moving.



We understand that office moves can be heavy and tiring work. Our previous blog post "Avoiding Injury When Lifting Crates" offers tips and advice when moving, but for added peace of mind the team at Easycrate also have a range of moving equipment to help make your move a bit easier. 


Our Sack Barrow - ideal for moving crates or furniture.

Our Secure Roll Cages - ideal for larger computer equipment.

Our Rubber Topped Skates - ideal for moving our crates.

Our Library Trolley - ideal for moving books and files.

The team at Easycrate work with you to accommodate your office move.

We recommend the right number of storage crates and supply the moving
equipment you require. We will also deliver your crates when you need them and give you the flexibility to increase your hire period should you need to. 

Why not visit our website www.easycrate.co.uk to find out more?