Moving companies, and the moving industry in general, are beset with challenges in Wisconsin, and other Midwestern states. Foremost among them is the fact that moving companies generally have a bad reputation. In the United States, the problems with moving industry were compounded by lack of leadership, oversight, and regulation. For example, during the 1980s, pretty much anyone could get a truck and started moving company. Scant attention was paid to the quality of the moving services provided. As such, reputable moving companies were lumped in the same category as disreputable moving companies.
Like any business, a moving company needs to have protocols in place to ensure timely, efficient, safe, and cost-effective services to customers. It is sacrosanct that the quality and integrity of goods being moved from point A to point B remains identical.