Moving to Oregon – Tips for Relocating to the Country’s Top Moving Destination

Moving to Oregon







If you are moving to Oregon, you are not alone. According to the recently released United Van Lines’ 38th Annual National Movers Study, Oregon remains the country’s Top Moving Destination.

Findings of the study showed that 66 percent of the state-to-state moves to or from Oregon in 2014 were inbound. That percentage increased about 5 percent from the previous year, when Oregon replaced the District of Columbia as the top state-to-state moving destination.

Why are so many people moving to Oregon?

Michael Stoll, economist, professor and chair of the Department of Public Policy at the University of California, Los Angeles believes many people move to Oregon for the state’s outdoor recreational opportunities, arts and entertainment, and protected green spaces.

It could be the state’s diversity. Oregon offers the ideal place for virtually anyone: from coastal to forest, flat desert to mountains, remote to metropolitan areas, farming to high tech.

It could be the state’s natural beauty, or job opportunities. The state’s unemployment rate fell to its lowest in years. And, there is no denying the natural beauty of Oregon. Check out this photo tour.

Moving to Oregon Tips: What You Should Know

For reasons likely as diverse as the state, many people are moving to Oregon. If you are among them, the following tips will help you become more familiar with this Pacific Northwest state:

Don’t Delay Changing Your License & Registration

There are strict laws regarding when you need to change your driver’s license and vehicle license and registration after moving to Oregon. You only have 30 days. Get information here.

No Handheld Devices when Driving

Texting and using handheld mobile devices is illegal in Oregon. You could be fined up to $500 if you are caught violating the law.

No Sales Tax in Oregon

Oregon is one of only a handful of states with no sales tax. The price you see is the price you pay. The state relies mainly on personal income tax for revenue, with local government and schools primarily funded by property taxes.

Self-Service Gas Ban

Oregon is also one of only two states in the country with a ban on self-service gas. You can pump fuel for a diesel engine or gasoline for a motorcycle, but not gasoline for vehicles with more than two wheels.

Oregon is Bike Friendly

A state that loves bicyclists, Oregon was the first state to create a Scenic Bikeways program and a Bike Friendly Business program. The state’s two most populated cities, Portland and Eugene, are two of the country’s most bike-friendly cities. Both cities have for years participated in the annual World Naked Bike Ride, so don’t be surprised if you see a line of naked people riding through the streets on a June day in Portland or Eugene.

Open Beaches

There are no private beaches in Oregon. By law, all are free access, open to everyone.

Leave Your Fast-Paced Life Behind

Oregon is more of a slow-paced lifestyle, especially outside the major cities. Slow down, relax and enjoy your new life. Take time to meet people and form friendships.

Where’s the Sun?

You probably heard the weather in Oregon can be gloomy, but experiencing it is quite different. If you move from a more sunny state, you could easily become depressed. Consider buying a light therapy lamp and using it. It helps.

Should You Carry an Umbrella?

You may also have heard that real Oregonians don’t use umbrellas, and if you use one you will look like a tourist. Some say it is because Ducks like the rain (in reference to the Oregon Ducks, the University of Oregon’s sports teams). Many people pull a hoody or cap over their head, and consider those who use umbrellas as outsiders. Most of the time it won’t rain enough to need an umbrella, but if you happen to be in a downpour, don’t be afraid to use one.

Know Your State

Read the FAQ about moving to Oregon to find out when you become an Oregon resident and what taxes and fees you will pay. Read the online version of the Oregon Blue Book  for additional information.

Through the forums at  you can read comments, view photos of and join in discussions about Oregon and its diverse areas. Learn from long-time residents and make a few new friends before arriving.

Minimum Wage Increase

As of January 1, 2015 the minimum wage in Oregon is $9.25 an hour. By law, it increased 15 cents.

Find Your Perfect Place in Oregon

Unless you know what area you plan to move to in Oregon, do some research to select the region best suited to you and your lifestyle. If you prefer urban living surrounded by young professionals and the arts, consider moving to Portland, one of the country’s most popular cities.  Estimates put the number of people living in Portland at over 600,000, with more than 2.3 million in the metropolitan area.  The second most populated city is Eugene with about 157,000, followed closely by Salem.

Those who prefer to live in a more small-town atmosphere and commute into a city may prefer to find a new home in nearby smaller cities or rural towns. With a population of less than 52,000 Corvallis, home to Oregon State University, is one of the country’s best college towns. It is also well-suited to the older generations. The AARP named it one of the best places to live and retire.

Help with Moving to Oregon

When moving to Oregon from another state, your list of things to do will seem overwhelming. With a full service mover such as Chipman Relocation & Logistics, that list becomes more manageable.

Moving families like yours since 1939, Chipman knows how to take the stress out of a state to state move. We can provide complete door to door relocation, including professional packing and unpacking, or customize your move to meet your specific needs.

Read about our state to state movers and contact Chipman for a free, no obligation quote. We can help make moving to Oregon a breeze!

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Bay Area Hotel Renovations & Super Bowl 50 – Is Your Hotel Ready?

Although a year away, Super Bowl 50 is coming quickly. Are your Bay Area hotel renovations complete? What would the reviews of your hotel say if posted today?

Hotel renovations needed?

Is your hotel ready for Super Bowl 50? If not, you still have time to prepare.

Many Bay Area Hotels Renovated, But Not All

Numerous Bay Area hotels underwent renovations in recent years to meet the needs of increased business travelers in the high-tech market, and even more hotel renovations began with the announcement that the San Francisco 49ers’ new Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara would host the historical Super Bowl event in 2016.

But some Bay Area hotels still need work to prepare for the flood of people expected that first week in February. Only about a month ago, a traveler posted a review at with the headline “Typical, Outdated Bay Area Hotel in Need of Renovation.”  The reviewer pointed out that “the furniture has seen better days (with some of the chairs and tables having nicks and scratches in them) …” The hotel’s general manager politely explained the hotel is currently renovating, and renovations include the addition of new furniture. That hotel will likely be refreshed and ready in time, but what about others?

Several Bay Area hotels also received poor reviews recently that included comments such as the “room had old and very little furniture,” “the door had a huge gap that let in all of the noise,” and “bed bugs, mice, Oh my!”

While you can find thousands of Bay Area hotel rooms worthy of 5-star reviews, these comments show several area hotels still need renovation work. Considering the room squeeze the expected 1 million people attending Super Bowl 50 events will place on the Bay Area, every hotel should and could be ready.

If your hotel recently received a review like this one: “This hotel needs a lot of love and it could be something special – but it is clearly not special now,” and you are not in the process of renovating, get busy!  There is still time to bring in new furniture, fixtures and equipment and give your hotel the love it needs before Super Bowl 50 arrives. Your guests will appreciate it, reviews will reflect that, and your business will benefit.

Need Hotel Logistics for Your Renovation Project?

Whether planning a complete renovation or simply replacing worn furniture in guest rooms, the right hotel logistics can help you complete your project on schedule. In the Bay Area, Chipman Relocation & Logistics is the company to call.

From transportation, warehouse storage and delivery to FF&E installations, the quality services provided by Chipman can help make your hotel renovation project a success. Call now to discuss your needs for Bay Area hotel logistics services and receive a free quote from Chipman Relocation & Logistics.

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Trusted 3PL Provider Becomes an Extension of Your Business

When outsourcing logistics, from freight transportation and warehousing to inventory management and final mile delivery, a company can streamline its supply chain and focus on growing the business. If you find the right logistics service provider, your trusted 3PL company becomes an extension of your business, managing your supply chain as if it were their own. Imagine what that could do for your business!

What to Look for in a 3PL Provider

In searching for a good 3PL provider, you want to find a single source for your supply chain management and operations, one that will improve your supply chain visibility with quality integrated logistics solutions.

Supply chain visibility is basically the ability to know where your products are at any given moment. You can track products in transit from the manufacturer all the way through final delivery.  It enables you to make quick decisions and changes when necessary, giving you better control over your supply chain. Many of the leading logistics service providers today use the latest in technology to effectively track shipments in real time and manage inventory and the ordering process.

A 3PL provider offering integrated logistics solutions will typically be in a position to provide improved supply chain visibility. The single 3PL company is responsible for getting your product from the manufacturer to the warehouse, inventorying and storing it until delivery to the end user. Some 3PL providers also offer white glove delivery and installation services.

No business is the same, so your 3PL provider should offer logistics solutions customized for your specific business requirements.

If your logistics needs include delivery to your customers, you want a 3PL provider who understands the importance of customer service and will think of your customers as their own.  Your brand reputation is in the 3PL provider’s hands. They need to put your interests first and be willing and able to go the extra mile to deliver the top-quality services expected.

The 3PL provider should also have the specialized equipment and resources to cost-effectively move products from manufacturer to customer with low risk of damage. Reducing the risk of damage helps lower costs and increase efficiency. It also improves the customer’s experience.

Where to Find a Trusted 3PL Provider

That’s easy! Contact Chipman Relocation & Logistics.

Chipman provides integrated logistics services customized to customer needs. Among those services are:

  •  Warehousing & Distribution
  • LTL Transportation Services
  • FF&E Logistics
  • White Glove Final Mile Delivery
  • Installations
  • Pick & Pack
  • Shipping Collectibles

Trusted by major corporations to deliver quality services, Chipman is a leader in the transportation and warehousing industry. In business for 75 years, we know the importance of taking care of our customers’ needs as if they were our own – and we do. Your success is our success.

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San Francisco Relocation Services Help Businesses Make the Move

If you are planning to open, close or relocate a business in San Francisco, you are not alone. According to a report recently prepared by the city’s Budget and Legislative Analyst’s Office for the Board of Supervisors, the rate of citywide business closures and relocations increased tremendously over two decades. Analysts expect the trend to continue growing.

As many of those local businesses prepare to close or change locations, they turn to Chipman for help. A trusted provider of quality San Francisco relocation services, as well as warehousing and storage, Chipman helps take the stress out of moving a business.

Report Shows 883.6% Increase in San Francisco Relocation & Closure of Businesses

According to the city’s report, the number of businesses closing or relocating in San Francisco jumped from 1,298 in 1992 to 12,767 in 2011, the most recent year complete data was available. That is quite a large jump, and analysts expect the trend to continue beyond 2014.

The report states that some businesses in San Francisco relocate due to business expansion, while others move because they are scaling back on business. Unsustainable rent increases, among other reasons, also causes many business to relocate or close. Some closures, the report states, are due to the owners retiring or being bought out. The reasons vary.

Business closures and location changes are occurring for all types of businesses, and many are businesses that were established in the same location for at least five years.  Based on available data, forecasters expect 4,378 established SF businesses to have closed or relocated in 2014, with the number increasing to 5,910 by 2019.

Report Also Shows Many New Businesses Opening in SF

Although those numbers seem bleak, the report also showed that during the same 20 year period between 1992 and 2011, the number of business openings in San Francisco increased 348.8%, based on Treasurer and Tax Collector’s Office records. About 17,754 businesses opened in 2011, compared to 3,956 in 1992. So, while many businesses in San Francisco are relocating or closing, a high number of new businesses are moving in.

For San Francisco Business Relocation Services, Contact Chipman

If you are among those planning to open, close or relocate a business in San Francisco, relocation services provided by Chipman can help make your move much easier. Chipman provides a wide range of residential and commercial moving services in San Francisco, in addition to cost-effective commercial storage at multiple warehouse storage facilities. Contact Chipman now to schedule your free, no obligation quote.

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United Movers Data Shows Most Residential Relocations Job Related

With the busiest residential moving season of 2014 behind us, relocation companies, including United movers such as Chipman, are taking a look at where people moved to, where they moved from, and why. According to a recent  United Van Lines study, most residential moves this summer were job related.

Every year United analyzes data from residential moves during the peak moving season, May 1 through August 31, and reports on domestic moving patterns in America. About 40 percent of all residential moves take place during this peak moving season.

In the most recent Summer Long-Distance Moving Trends Study, United Van Lines found that 71.6 percent of customers moving to top destination cities relocated for a new job or moved due to a corporate transfer. About 13 percent of the customers moved for retirement, according to the findings. Only about 10 percent moved for personal reasons.

Among top destinations for the job related moves were Dallas-Fort Worth, Los Angeles and Atlanta. According to the  Bureau of Labor Statistics, Dallas ranks second in the nation in both job growth and the number of jobs added in the last year, so it is not surprising that many people are relocating to the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The  LA Times reported that California employers added 44,200 jobs in August, and  Atlanta’s high-tech industry is experiencing strong job growth.

United Movers Study U.S. Domestic Relocations

As the country’s largest household goods mover, United Van Lines is in a unique position to study residential moves in America. United movers collect data, including customer surveys, from every move made. Considering that Chipman, a United mover, relocates about 25,000 families each year, you can imagine the amount of data United is able to collect annually overall.

Although the recent study showed Dallas-Fort Worth as one of the top destinations for people relocating for a job, Dallas was also among one of the cities with a moving deficit. Houston and West Coast cities San Jose, Portland and Seattle were also among the top cities with more people moving out of the state than in. Chicago topped the list of cities with the highest number of people moving in during the 2014 peak moving season, according to early findings of data collected by United movers.

United plans to release findings of its annual domestic migration study with data for the entire year in Jan. 2015.

Planning to Relocate?

If you are planning an upcoming residential or commercial move,  contact Chipman. As movers in business since 1939 and the largest United Van Lines agent on the West Coast, Chipman has the experience and resources to make any size move a success.

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Selecting LTL Freight Carriers: What You Should Know

Many companies today turn to LTL freight carriers to help streamline operations and reduce shipping costs. But unless you go through a freight broker, how do you know how to select the best LTL carrier for your shipping needs?

Virtually anyone with a truck and trailer can transport freight, but choosing a cheap, unauthorized carrier without proper insurance could result in costly expenses including damaged or lost/stolen shipments, late or non-delivery, and/or overcharges. Therefore, you need to do a little research. The time you spend checking out carriers will be minimal, and afterward you can feel confident the one you select is more likely to provide the cost-effective, professional shipping services you need when you need them.

What You Want From an LTL Carrier

When selecting an LTL freight carrier, you want a company you can rely on to pick up and delivery your shipments on time, in full, with no shortages or damages. You want professional customer service and competitive pricing. When selecting the right carrier, you can expect it.

Below are a few things to consider that will help you select the right freight carrier for your shipping needs.

Verify LTL Freight Carriers are FMCSA Compliant

The first thing you will want to do before contracting with an LTL freight carrier is verify legal compliance. Authorization by the US Department of Transportation (USDOT) is required before freight carriers can transport goods for hire. The USDOT’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) ensures carriers meet regulatory standards and carry the minimum amount of insurance required.  The carrier should have a USDOT and an MC number (operating authority).

You can verify a freight carrier’s compliance through the FMCSA’s Safety and Fitness Electronic Records (SAFER) System online. Simply enter the carrier’s USDOT, MC/MX number or company name in the box provided and click ‘Search.” If a record is available, it should show the company is authorized for hire, the type of cargo the carrier can transport, whether transportation is permitted interstate or intrastate, plus inspection and crash data. If your shipment includes hazardous materials (HM), verify the carrier is authorized to transport it.  After reviewing the data, click at the top right under “Other Information for this Carrier” to see licensing and insurance information.

A licensed and insured LTL carrier in compliance with FMCSA regulations indicates the carrier is professional and reliable. If the carrier is not, look for a different one.

Rely on Companies with Industry Experience

Companies in business for a long period of time have learned through the years how to transport shipments safely and efficiently. They consistently meet deadlines and are experts at cost-effective transportation. They know how to train their staff, and have the equipment and resources to do a job right as quickly as possible. They provide quality services with professional customer service. Otherwise, they would not last in the business.

When choosing an LTL freight carrier, consider the company’s history as well as their other clients. You can also ask for references.

Can You Track Your Shipments?

The LTL freight carrier you select should be able to keep you informed on where your freight is at all times. Ask about shipping status updates and online tracking.

Do You Need Warehousing & other Logistics Services?

Your company may need an LTL freight carrier to pick up shipments, a warehouse to store goods and merchandise after pickup, a crew to pick and pack, and then a carrier to provide final delivery services as scheduled. Some LTL freight carriers such as Chipman Relocations can provide all of these logistics services and manage them efficiently.

Whether you ship regionally or across the country, Chipman can provide the quality logistics services your company needs at a competitive price. Contact us today to learn more.

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FF&E Logistics for Successful Hotel Renovation Projects

When planning a hotel renovation, the company you select to provide FF&E logistics services will play a key role in operational efficiency and a successful renovation project. From service reliability and attention to detail to project management with time sensitivity, the right hotel logistics services help ensure your renovation project remains within its budget and timeline with minimal disruption.

Begin your search for a logistics solutions provider during the early planning phase of your hotel renovation project. Ideally, the company you hire can properly handle the full logistical needs of your project, from packing and storage of current furniture, fixtures and equipment (FF&E) to freight management, delivery and installation of any new FF&E merchandise.

FF&E Packing & Storage

Before work can begin, the rooms and public spaces scheduled for renovation should be stripped. You will need a professional crew to pack and store all of the furniture, fixtures and equipment. A delay in removal delays construction work, putting the renovation project behind before work even begins.

The hotel logistics provider you select should be able to take care of the FF&E packing and storage for you in a timely manner.

Managing FF&E Logistics

Ideally, you will have the FF&E scheduled for removal fully inventoried and procurement of new merchandise handled well in advance. With a boom in hotel renovations, lead times for FF&E products are longer than usual, so strategic planning is necessary to ensure timely and cost-effective delivery of new merchandise.

The hotel logistics provider you select should be capable of properly handling many of the details for you, from strategic planning to inbound freight management, warehousing, delivery and installation. The company should make it possible for you access inventory and tracking data, which can be helpful in making scheduling and construction-related decisions, and assist in coordination of any necessary scheduling changes.

You will want a trained white-glove crew to ensure timely installation of your FF&E in flawless condition without damage to your facilities. The right FF&E logistics company will provide one.

Chipman the Preferred Provider of FF&E Logistics Services

Chipman Relocations, a trusted industry leader in business for 75 years, is ready to serve as your preferred provider of FF&E logistics services. Offering detailed project coordination, quality transportation, short and long term warehousing, and streamlined installations, Chipman can provide the comprehensive and cost-effective FF&E logistics services your hotel renovation needs. Contact Chipman for additional information and to discuss your logistical needs.

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Top 5 Mobile Apps for Warehousing and Logistics and Trucking Professionals

Top 5 Mobile Apps for Warehousing and Logistics and Trucking Professionals

The right mobile application can make a world of difference for warehousing and logistics professionals who rely on smartphones or tablets to help them do their jobs.

Whether it’s your phone’s GPS that safely guides you to an unfamiliar location, or a well-integrated note-taking app that keeps all your spare thoughts conveniently in one spot, there’s an app to help get you through even the toughest of daily tasks.

Here’s out top 5 mobile apps for making your warehousing and logistics or trucking job more organized, efficient, and convenient.

1. Logistics

If you’re looking for a free app to manage all of your warehousing and logistic needs, look no further than the simply named Logistics.

Track drivers, vehicles, shipments, and clients in this all-in-one app. (Have we mentioned it’s free?) If you need help juggling your warehousing and logistics operation, this tool can connect all the links in the supply chain.

2. Scandit

Turn any phone into barcode scanner with Scandit. Don’t rely on older, cumbersome scanners for another minute. Scandit’s capabilities far outpace anything we’ve ever seen.

No need to focus the camera, Scandit will grab a QR or barcode almost immediately from any angle. Low light? No problem. Curved labels? Done.

Seriously, this thing can handle whatever you throw at it. Scandit also has cross-platform scaling functionality so the data can be accessed by anyone with a smartphone, tablet, or computer.

3. Evernote

While not specifically designed for the warehousing and logistics field, Evernote is a regular atop many best app lists. It’s free, simple, and there’s no productivity app that comes close to its utility.

Evernote is on every mobile platform and is fully integrated into all major web browsers. Use this virtual notebook to take notes and create to-do lists or use its voice recording technology to dictate ideas on the fly.

4. CoPilot Truck

Every captain needs a co-pilot. For a professional truck driver, CoPilot Truck is an easy to use app that offers vital turn-by-turn navigation.

Unlike standard car navigation tools, CoPilot Truck creates efficient routes based off of dynamic information: routing parameters, load type (including hazardous materials), and truck height and weight. CoPilot Truck definitely helps you get from Point A to Point B in a connected world.

5. GasBuddy

When you’re driving a semi 1,000 miles, you burn a lot of diesel. Saving a few cents per gallon goes a long way to minimizing costs.

The free GasBuddy app makes refueling a pain free experience by directing you to the cheapest gas station in the area. The app compiles information from a large user base to accurately track gas prices at thousands of stations across Canada and the United States.

Is there another vital app or program that you depend on for warehousing and logistics or trucking? Feel free to weigh in on the comments below.

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The Award for Distinguished Woman in Logistics Goes To…

Women Recognized in Professional Logistics Services

The Women in Trucking (WIT) association in April announced the creation of a new award designed to highlight the growing influence of women in the field of professional logistics services.

The Distinguished Woman in Logistics award was officially launched during the Transportation Intermediaries Association’s inaugural Great Ideas Conference & Exposition held from April 9–12 in Tucson, Arizona.

The award, announced during the conference’s Women in Logistics session, is a reflection of the growing gender equality in professional logistics services, which includes third-party logistics, supply chain management, warehousing, and shipping.

The Distinguished Woman in Logistics award is just one of many industry honors now given women in the field of professional logistics services.

The WIT also recognizes women in logistics with the Influential Woman in Trucking Award, launched in 2010. The award recognizes the long term achievement of “women who make or influence key decisions in a corporate, manufacturing, supplier, owner-operator, sales, or dealership setting.” The honoree “must have a proven record of responsibility and have mentored or served as a role model to other women in the industry.”

Organizations like Achieving Women’s Excellence in Supply Chain Operations, Management, and Education (AWESOME) and Women in Logistics UK also seek to reward excellence and acknowledge the dedication and impact of women in this traditionally male-dominated industry.

The contributions of women in logistics were also recognized at the fifth annual Salute to Women Behind the Wheel event honoring female professional drivers. The event took place during the Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, KY and was open to female professional drivers and their immediate families.

Every award and event honoring women represents a steady drum beat of change in professional logistics services.

If you want to recognize a female leader in logistics, the nomination process for next year’s Distinguished Woman in Logistics award is open until October 31, 2014. Guidelines and nomination procedures can be found at:

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A Glimpse into the Future of Logistics and Warehousing

The Future of Logistics and Warehousing

Every industry vertical has adopted computing and communication advances to create a more streamlined, efficient system including logistics and warehousing. While some fields have been quick to adopt global communication and processing technologies, logistics and warehousing has seen a slower adoption rate.

Successful logistics and warehousing operations must run like clockwork in order to be reliable and profitable. However, we now live in a world in which clockwork is no longer the standard. By connecting trucks, warehouses, and offices with cutting edge technology, we can be smarter and more efficient.

Sometimes the best way to identify future trends is to look at the priorities of industry leaders. In logistics and warehousing, FedEx is leading the way in innovation and implementation.

A Glimpse into the Future of Logistics and Warehousing

That’s why the industry took notice when they dedicated over 50 employees and 2 years to develop their new Equipment Detection, Event Notification (EDEN) system.

This dynamic, automated system integrates information from trucks, warehouses, and offices so that all links in the supply chain have accurate information. FedEx expects EDEN to increase efficiency across their fleet, saving more than $9 million annually.

By installing GPS and on-board computers to their fleet of ships, the EDEN system automates dock and warehouse management based on up to the second information. When trucks arrive to a warehouse, the EDEN system knows which docks are occupied and can send it to the right door.

Meanwhile, dock workers will know where the truck is coming and exactly how much freight is on the truck. Simultaneously, supply chain managers can access this information, track trends, and implement improvements based on a comprehensive analysis of information provided by the EDEN system.

The Modern Warehouse

The future of logistics and warehousing is finally being realized. Tight integration between all elements of the supply chain can provide insights that will make the entire process more efficient.

The modern warehouse relies on highly evolved automation technologies, integrated communication platforms, and a hyper efficient supply chain. At Chipman Relocations, we are building toward the future, which is why we work closely with our business partners to understand their logistics and warehousing needs.

Contact Chipman for an estimate or call us at (866) 513-3359 to learn what we can do for your business.

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