We are a removal box and packaging supplier for home movers and office movers. Orginally started by Andrew, who has been at the front line of removals for over 25 years. With a wealth of experience in home and office removals we help home movers choose the right products for their move. We are still a family run business, providing high quality moving products at competitive prices backed up with a first class customer service. During office hours why not give us a call for advice on moving boxes, we are always happy to help. Moving house is stressful enough, without been let down by cheap moving boxes of poor quality or a poor delivery service.
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Over the 10 years of selling cardboard moving boxes, the cost of cardboard has shot up, some comapnies have compremised on the quality, reducing thickness. We have stuck to the same board grade (cardboard thickness) as we sold 10 years ago. All our boxes are sturdy and strong, carry the approipate weight and modular so you can stack in storage units and vans easily. Beware of cheap boxes that are small, this only means more boxes to buy and more trips to and from your home to the van.
Moving house can be very stressfl experience, with our quality removal and packing boxes we aim to take some of the stress and headaches away when moving home.
MHS Homes Group contacted Helpineedboxes to see if we could supply cardboard boxes for people to sleep in for a giant sleep out to be held at the end of the month at their head office in Chatham, Kent. This was to raise awareness for people having to sleep rough in the cold winter months. Andrew thought this was a very good idea, so he volunteered to join 180 other sleepers who took part to raise money for the Emmaus Medway Community project which seeks to tackle the problems of homelessness through a self-supporting Medway community and Macmillan Cancer Relief who have launched a new appeal to raise over £1 million to help build a cancer care unit at Medway Maritime Hospital.
Armed with cardboard moving boxes he swapped his comfortable bed to sleep inside his collection of boxes that he had arranged in the shape of a F1 car. Complete with driver and steering wheel the boxes looked quite good and we even won a prize on the evening. The event was an ideal opportunity to raise not only money for the two charities but also raise awareness of homelessness and help those in genuine need and raised over £25,000 for both charities.
Terry Waite with Andrew Scholey, who is the president of Emmaus UK and supports the Emmaus Medway Community project. He came down to offer his support to everyone preparing to sleep out.
Craven Business Awards 2005
Winners of the Innovation of the Year and overall Business of the Year 2005.
We beat off stiff competition and won the prizes at the award ceremony held at the Rendezvous Hotel on the 25th November 2005.
Judges were Andy Barton, Business Link : Barry Mitchell, Natwest Bank :Mr Lockwood, Editor Craven Herald.
Each entry were marked on ten qualities: