About Us

About Us

9 years ago, a trio of friends hired a renowned national moving company and was disappointed by both the speed and the quality of the service. Sound familiar?
Well, these 3 weren’t going to settle with disappointment. They turned that negative experience into a learning experience. That learning evolved into a business that today moves 3,500 families a year across the United States: United Nation Van Lines.
United Nation Van Lines focuses on the 3 things that moving families tell us they want most from their movers. We have made them our Core Values:
  • Affordability
  • Reliability
  • Speed
We put Affordability first because we know long-distance relocation can be a costly affair. Affordability does not mean we are the cheapest movers; it means that we far exceed the level of service our competitors can offer for the same price.
Reliability must be at the heart of any moving business. Our clients entrust us with the contents of their homes that hold not just monetary value but also a wealth of priceless memories. We are honored by your trust and strive to always be your personal, dependable option.
Long-distance relocation often turns into a scheduling dance in your new city. Here, United Nation’s focus on Speed ensures that you make the tightest window for a smooth transition to your new home or office.
“We use the simplest and most effective process for interstate moving,”
“It is a proven process that adheres to our Core Values and keeps in-house expenses low. On average, our prices are an average of 30% lower than any of the major carriers.  Customer satisfaction rates, on the other hand, are a heck of a lot higher and we have thousands of 5-star reviews to prove it!
United Nations has come so far with the love and support of families across America. Every move brings us one step closer to being the country’s first choice for long-distance relocations. Come and be part of our journey as we help you make yours.

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