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Guest, are you talking about the W.B. Meyer (United) in Connecticut? Why was a company in CT moving you from PA? Or was there a different company in PA that actually booked the move and a driver from W.B. Meyer was the hauler? Please clarify.
This is a corporate move. WB Meyer could have the contract to move this companies employees to and from any point. (I have moved a WB Meyer account from Boston to Toronto). Also, depending on where in PA and NJ you are located, you cold be talking a move of less than 500 miles which could be mandatory self haul.
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I will probably go into intransit storage and was just wondering if any of the loading into storage and out later in the year would be negotiable, especially since I will probably be moving out of storage later in the year.
Any comments about Graebel Movers, WB Meyer United or Fallon Mayflower for service and performance?
I was leaning toward Graebel since he would give me a NTE binding estimate even though he was 4400 lbs over Fallon and 3000lbs over Meyer figuring that the true weight would be all I would pay for. Is there a flaw to my thinking on this? The other choice would be to pick theMayflower NTE estimate and if the weight and packing was more they would eat it not me. Which is the proper way to approach this to be fair to everyone? I just am a little afraid that if I go with a higher NTE binding bid I can't control the actual weight or how they go about packing and could be taken advantage of. Again any comments would be appreciated.
I did use Graebel for an earlier company move including storage and they did a good job, good service and very few issues with scratches.
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