New commercial relocation business launches in Aberdeen


A new Aberdeen-based commercial relocation business has been launched by two industry veterans.

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Commercial Moves Group founders, Stephen Levitt and Gary Esson, have over 40 years combined experience in the commercial relocation market and decided the timing was right to introduce a new dimension to the commercial relocation marketplace.

The organisation’s service offerings include project and relocation management, office furniture installations, IT, specialist & warehouse relocation, commercial relocations, crate & storage management. As dedication to a policy of corporate responsibility they also offer recycling services on each of their projects.

Stephen Levitt, Managing Director of Commercial Moves Group, says, “We formed Commercial Moves Group to offer a real alternative to the corporate market place and given the economic climate, not only in Aberdeen but across the country, we noticed a real need for what our business can offer. Our dedicated team and network of partners ensures we can deliver professional, seamless, high quality services and assures our clients of optimum commercial solutions. Our business model offers a strategic service that ensures cost efficiency, resulting in minimal downtime, and our planning team provides expert advice in relation to this and continuous support throughout the whole relocation process.”

Gary Esson, Commercial Director, continues, “From changing your office’s interior design to implementing innovative ways of working and office relocations, whatever the reason for the move requirement, it can be the catalyst to changing the face of the company, revamping the organisation and motivating staff as well as reviving the core values at the heart of the business. We intend to provide a more personal touch to our clients along with a hands on approach – delivering high end, quality and professional services nationwide.”


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