As well as launching our new Moving etc... Grading System and Membership Organisation at the upcoming Movers and Storers Show on Tuesday 21st and 22nd October in Northamptonshire, we're also launching a new training company for removers (initially) based in the…
well Marubbi's removals were in the patent court today hard to know how well it went but
we will know on November the 5 . all I can say is the amounts owed or not should have had this in the small claims court but the fees omg cwd don't half rack them up . one of the movers there to witness the proceeding's told me today was going to cost the loser seven grand alone .
an interesting fact as we were trying to…
Just want to get a feel from a load of you about this topic which I am sure has been talked about before.
Am i correct in thinking that most firms avoid back loads due to a few uncertainties such as:
- Aggro factor, deepening on another firm to turn up, time keeping, communication with you and the end client.
- Risk of Damage, blame game, worry
- A high chance of a huge outlay of effort and then a grump call from your long standing client who was…
just had an interesting day at Milton Keynes court where another mover succeeded in standing up to the guild ( McCrorys Removals) cost the guild about 40 k today and they are back in court Wednesday wonder how much they will lose then ?
also have some great video footage of Geoff salt and jon martin ( the fall guy )
leaving court what he call me I just cant believe when I have spoken to my solicitor I will post on you tube for you all to see there true colours
I've seen a job that requires:
Loading in Wiltshire on Friday the 10th
Delivering in County Durham on Monday the 13th.
This will obviously suit a North East company better; loading on the Friday, travelling home on the Saturday in readiness for the delivery on the Monday.
If anyone is interested in supplying a rate, please drop me an email on…