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Movers

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Movers with a Mission

The Theological Book Network is pleased to offer library moving services. We love books! And we understand that each library is unique – especially when it comes to moving. Our experienced team of movers is familiar with all types of classifications – Dewey, LC, NLM, SuDocs – and any type of integration or segregation can be handled with efficiency.

The difference between our ‘Movers with a Mission’ and other library moving companies is that we invest all income from providing this service into the mission of the Theological Book Network: ensuring that theological schools in the developing world have access to high quality books for students, faculty and future leaders of the global church.

This knowledge affords our clients the satisfaction of working with an organization with a social purpose. Whether you contract with us for moving an entire library, or integrating/segregating collections, our expertise and experience make us the best choice for your library moving needs.

Consultation, Moving, and Storage

  • Assistance with move planning, scheduling, move sequencing
  • Guidance with small self-move projects
  • Shifting and storage of collections for new and renovated libraries
  • Custom specifications tailored to meet your library needs
  • Development of bid packages. Need a budget figure for your move? Contact us!
  • Storage for boxed collections, furnishings, and shelving

Our Commitment

  • Professional Supervision and Service
  • Competitive Pricing
  • Fully Insured
  • Distribution of Unwanted Material
  • Customer Focused

The Network has a mission and track record grounded in caring for books. Known for the high quality of our work, we have built relationships with hundreds of theological schools and graduate programs around the world. Over the past decade, we have moved and placed over 2,000 book collections in 87 countries. This represents over a million books that have been put into service to equip and transform theological libraries, making it possible for the next generation of global church leaders to obtain a high-quality education.