Video Series Released “Packing Household Goods”

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Great Canadian Van Lines unveils official YouTube channel featuring professional packing procedure videos.

Great Canadian Van Lines Video Series
The series of 12 videos is very comprehensive covering everything you’d find in a normal household. The most popular is on Packing China and Glass.

Mark Valliant, President and CEO of Great Canadian Van Lines announced today they have released their official YouTube channel to the general public. The channel was originally designed to train agents and staff in professional packing procedures.

“If we do the packing the customer’s goods are fully insured, but we’ve found there are a significant number of people who want to pack themselves and don’t mind taking the risk that their insurance coverage won’t pay for damage in transit. We wanted to help them with damage prevention,” explained Valliant.

“The series of 12 videos is very comprehensive covering everything you’d find in a normal household. The most popular is on Packing China and Glass,” continued Valliant.

The Great Canadian Van Lines official YouTube channel is now available for viewing at http://www.youtube.com/user/greatcanadianvanline.

About Great Canadian Van Lines

Great Canadian Van Lines was incorporated in Alberta in 1990 but now has their Head Office near Vancouver, BC. Drawing on many years experience, Mark Valliant, President of Great Canadian Van Lines, saw the need for change in the long distance moving industry in Canada. Great Canadian Van Lines is A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau, is an accredited member of the Canadian Association of Movers, is an accredited member of the American Moving and Storage Association, is insured by the Workplace Safety Insurance Board, and is fully insured to protect its clients’ goods against damage.

Additional information about Great Canadian Van Lines is available at http://www.greatcanadianvanlines.com.

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