Who are XPO IT Moves?
XPO IT Moves specialise in offering IT Hardware Relocation and IT Storage services that can help make stressful transitions run smoothly. Being Midlands based, our centralised location allows us to provide a wide range of logistics to meet any requirements. We are happy to deal with office moves to complete data centre migrations.
Founded in 1998, XPO IT Moves has developed an established reputation of professionalism when it comes to relocation. This has allowed the company to expand and become established and experienced in Europe as well as the UK. Our IT Relocation offering is part of our impressive portfolio of services alongside our expertise in Data Destruction, IT Recycling and IT Remarketing. Our other core competencies ensure that the same level of security and responsibility is applied to our Relocation services. Being ISO 27001 (Information Security Management) certified gives you the peace of mind that your items are being moved securely and safely whilst still remaining cost-effective for your business.
Why Choose XPO IT Moves?
Here at XPO IT Moves, we have experience dealing with the most complex of relocation jobs. We fully understand and appreciate that every one of our clients have unique requirements - making every job different and a challenge for us. From overseas relocations to jobs that require multiple phases of detailed planning schedules, XPO IT Moves pride themselves on providing solutions for the most complex of relocation and logistical scenarios in order to take the pressure off our clients and to ensure maximum client satisfaction.
Advantages of using our services include:
- A team of fully qualified and experienced technicians
- An assigned project manager to provide you with a point of contact
- CRB checked staff with ID badges
- GPS tracked vehicles
- The use of our custom-built equipment
- Asset recording of equipment
- Full documentation
- Reinstallation of equipment
- Pre-move audit
- Fully-insured service within the UK
- Out of hours work for minimum downtime and disruption