Shifting to Mumbai???
Whether you are relocating from New Delhi, Bangalore or Pune, you can look forward to an experience like none other. After all, no other city brings together work, play, and entertainment together quite like Maximum City Mumbai (the Maya Nagri).
But even as you look forward to the joys of vada-pao with extra maska, chuski by the beach and a bracing walk along the marine drive, there are certain nitty gritty to take care of. The most important ones are:
- The task of relocation,
- Finding packers and movers to help you with the task,
- Unpacking and settling in the new city (that never sleeps)
Whether you are moving your household (home), office or vehicle, shifting to Mumbai carries its own set of complexities and considerations. And the best way to get around the challenge is to locate the best packers and movers for the job.
In this blog, we are offering traditional tips on how to pack your stuff, how should you plan and schedule your move or the tips to choose the best packers and movers to help reduce your worries. Instead, we will talk about the simplest yet mandatory parameters specific to the city you are going to be a part of.
For one thing, there is the Mumbai traffic. It is said that every day nearly 1000 new vehicles hit the streets of Mumbai. Add to the fact that the streets aren’t as sprawling and spacious as it should be in a metropolitan like Mumbai. Only experienced movers and packers with experience of nationwide relocation and first-hand and on-ground exposure to the conditions of Mumbai can handle the hurdles.
THE TERRAIN AND TOPOLOGY
Then, there is the peculiar terrain and topology of Mumbai. Undulating plains and lingering potholes (that inevitably spread after the rains and continue till the next shower season) make it a gargantuan task to negotiate when it comes to shifting. Only an experienced mover and packer who knows every nook and corner of Mumbai and understands the dynamic conditions of the city can take care of the task with ease.
If you are planning to relocate to Mumbai, one big favor you can do to yourself is talk to someone who has undergone the same journey in the past. It is always a good idea to get ‘direct feedback’ and ‘testimonials’ from offices or families who have ‘gone the distance’.
If you are looking at online ratings and reviews, look closely about the pattern of reviews and the users writing those reviews, as in today’s marketing world you might not get the actual idea by roughly looking at them. You need to filter out the promotionally done paid reviews or reviews done out of rivalry or competition and then judge the best for you.
As an entity with proven expertise in supply chain and relocation, we share our long-term experience and wisdom with people who need it the most when they decide to relocate. Look at our other blogs on relocation for traditional tips to help you with the task of relocation.
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