TAXIBOX Continues Aggressive Expansion Strategy With Door-to-Door Interstate Service

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Mobile self-storage company TAXIBOX today launched a new interstate transportation service that will shake up the interstate removal space.

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Taxibox is the first provider to offer a fixed price on interstate moves.

We are extremely excited to add interstate delivery to our existing services.

Building on a highly successful concept of convenient and seamless self storage, TAXIBOX is the first ever interstate service provider to offer a fixed price for interstate moves. Today’s announcement marks phase two of a National expansion strategy to provide mobile self-storage and interstate transportation across all Australian cities.

Co-Founder Ben Cohn commented “TAXIBOX is building on a fresh storage solution that is simple, convenient and cost-effective. Our new service will integrate our existing proposition with interstate delivery, to eliminate the need for removalists to collect, load and deliver belongings interstate. Nor will customers need to drive a costly rental truck interstate. We know our customers will find the unique door-to-door service an attractive, hassle-free solution that doesn’t cost the Earth.”

Co-Founder, Jeremy Rosen added “We are extremely excited to add interstate delivery to our existing services. With a highly competitive starting price of only $500 per TAXIBOX for a direct move between the Sydney and Melbourne metropolitan areas, we are confident the new service will offer unparalleled value and convenience to our customers.”

Since expansion into Sydney in December 2012, TAXIBOX has demonstrated relentless growth and innovation that will see the firm take an increasingly large slice of the mobile self-storage and interstate transportation sector.

This is the second time that TAXIBOX has launched a first-of-a-kind service. And it’s highly likely it won’t be the last.    

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