Commercial Services Division
Established in 1994, our Commercial Services Division was created to meet the needs of the diverse commercial community of New England. This group was created and is managed by Jerry Markow and Michael Norton, who between them have over 40 years of experience in selling, planning and managing office and industrial relocations. The Office Services division has grown to over 120 people and now represents over $15 million in gross annual sales; more than many full size van line agents.
During the past 23 years we have concentrated on bringing on board the most talented people in the industry, with an eye towards offering our customers a single-source project team. We have accomplished our goal of becoming the leading commercial moving company in New England. In addition to our commercial moving services, we offer:
- Building Decommissioning
- Furniture Installation
- Packing and Unpacking
- Shelving and Caging
- Storage and Warehousing
- Computer Disconnect/Reconnect
- Move – Add – Change (MAC)
Quality and Experience
Unlike most of our competitors, Sterling Corporation does not use temporary labor. Our crews are made up of seasoned professionals trained in-house prior to visiting the customer's site and are fully insured and in uniform.
Our crew members average are 5 years of service while our supervisors average 10 years. Having full-time, professional crews allowed us to offer our customers consistent, excellent service. It is why we have performed more than double the number of commercial relocations than our nearest competitors.
When selecting a mover for your corporate relocation the last thing you need to be concerned about is whether your mover can accommodate a change of date. Many movers can only handle one large corporate relocation at a time. This can cause a major conflict if your move is delayed. Unlike smaller movers, Sterling's commercial division can handle numerous corporate relocations simultaneously. Our capacity protects our customers from problems created by schedule delays.