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Ezekiel Wheeler, of Intelligent Labor and Moving, 18 Beck Road, Arlington, discusses his company:

We offer local and long-distance packing, moving and storage, serving Arlington, Cambridge and greater Boston since 2005. We employ about 15 people, have five trucks and two warehouses. We are prepared to move your household down the street, or across the country. We also offer vaulted storage at our two owned warehouses, in Arlington and Hudson.

Our core principles have expanded from higher worker pay to embrace an environmental component. We have the first electric moving truck in the world, and charge it with a roof covered in solar panels at our Arlington warehouse.

We underwrite on YourArlington because we value the local community in which we live and work. Quality local journalism is fundamental to the growth and health of our town and we’re proud to offer our support.  


This announcement was published Monday, May 16, 2022.

 
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