Bien Media client Aussie Man & Van, London’s best-known man and van removals firm, is branching out beyond the capital for the first time, opening up divisions in Bath and Bristol on Friday 1st February.
Thomas Firbank, who has previously worked for Aussie Man & Van’s sister company Anthony Ward Thomas, will run the new divisions from a depot in Bath. Professionally trained removers will be fully kitted out with all the materials, expertise and tools to carry out small removals of flats and small houses and offices. They will also move one-off items such as sofas, and work closely with businesses moving large items, often at short notice.
Mark Prout, managing director of Aussie Man & Van, comments: ‘We are delighted to be spreading our wings and expanding the Aussie Man & Van brand into Bath and Bristol.
‘We have wanted to do this for a while and believe the timing is now right. While property sales may be down compared with the height of the market, the rise in number of people renting means there is growing demand for a good, reliable removals service.’
The hugely successful London-based man and van firm has flourished over the past decade by delivering consistently good service to customers. The business has mainly grown by word-of-mouth, as satisfied customers have recommended Aussie Man & Van to friends and colleagues.
As you would expect from a company called Aussie Man & Van, many of the removers hail from Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. Unlike other man and van firms, Aussie Man & Van removers usually work in pairs, making for a more efficient move.
Rates start from £49.95 per hour plus VAT for one man and a van, with a minimum charge period of two hours.
Storage will also be available at much cheaper rates than those charged by the self-storage companies. Prices start from £12 plus VAT per week for 250 cubic feet.