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Moving your business premises Make That Transition Easy With JS Online

As the credit crunch continues to take business casualties and many firms being forced to downsize, financial problems can bring with them not only uncertainty, but smaller offices and reduced staffing numbers.  Now the office furniture specialists at JS Online are offering those about to up sticks and move on with a revolutionary new service.

Making light work of moving your business premises, the move management service from JS Online is centred around the ethos that an easy transition requires meticulous planning and structured organisation.

Chris Johnson, Director at JS Online, the market leaders in executive office chairs and office interiors, said, “Our new move management service is ideal for those hit by the economic downturn as it removes the added stress of moving to a new office and allows you to think about the things that matter- like getting back on your feet.”

Undertaking a detailed study to include factors like means of access, the safe guarding of assets, identification and labelling, floor plans and layouts, computer networking and telecommunications, the move management service available from the office furniture experts encompasses everything a business would need to make a transition as smooth as possible.

Praised for increasing decision making times, increasing productivity by reducing the layers of management and reducing costs, for many businesses, there is no other option than to cut back and find a smaller office, especially as many firms are faced with administration.

Mr Johnson, from the firm who offer everything from office desks to office storage, added, “We offer our customers commercial warehousing facilities, computer services, crate hire, office relocation, off site document storage and office furniture moves, so there really is no better time to seek our help especially if you have a big move on the cards”

 

 

Posted by Chris Johnson on 29 June 2009