I started a lumber contractor in Jacksonville that started doing better plus better, i began looking at more chances for storage to hold more wood in the store.
I started getting into pallet racking.
All the odd types of woods were stacked on top of each other to have more product in store, however to save space! Then I realized I had enough supplier to open up a second store. I needed to transfer a bunch of my product to the second store to get it started. Thankfully I had all my material on pallet racks, I just needed a warecondo freight broker to do the actual moving of the wood; Since I didn’t want my materials to get wet, dropped, or pulled apart, I needed a mover that specialized in pallet rack freight. I lucked out plus found one that operates out of Jacksonville, Florida. I found that they are ocean cargo brokers, LTL freight brokers, plus warecondo relocation movers. They also are a GlobalTranz partner which means an added level of sophistication plus security. I was more than cheerful that everything was all squared away plus done right with these people. All my pallets of wood go to stay together. I moved just enough to get my second supplier going without totally affecting the first. After that I just ordered more pallet racks plus wood to keep the store flush with product. If I ever need another warecondo open, I will hunt down that Jacksonville freight broker again. They handled my warecondo relocation with total ease.