We deliver. We pick up - for free!
We are currently providing and storing boxes within Berlin, Hamburg, Osnabrück, Münster/Münsterland, Dortmund, Bochum, Witten, Hagen and Stuttgart.
Our business hours are Monday to Friday from 08:00 to 20:00, and Saturdays from 09:00 to 17:00 o’clock.
Our plastic moving boxes are larger than the standard cardboard moving box. They measure 60cm x 40cm x 37cm and have convenient, hinged lids so that they close tightly and are stackable.
You can place your order here on our website. Select the number of boxes or moving package you want to rent and the delivery and pick-up dates which are most convenient for you. Box at Work will send you an email confirmation of your order and will call you before the delivery or pick up.
The minimum amount of moving boxes is 20, whereby you will be able to use them for 2 weeks. You can of course also order one of our moving packages.
Something has changed? No problem, via your online account you are able to change everything free of charge untill 24 hours before delivery/pick up.
Within 24 hours. We will deliver all the boxes you need right to your doorstep. In a hurry? Call us on 030 22957890 and we will try to make it work!
Of course! Box at Work can always deliver extra boxes to your address. Simply order the additional boxes through your account and we deliver them to you.
Absolutely! We have moving companies as a partner who prefer to use our boxes. It will save the moving company time when loading and unloading the boxes and prevent broken items saving you lots of money and hassle.
No. Box at Work is simple: what you see is what you get! You only pay for what you have ordered. Plus the delivery and pick-up of our boxes is free of charge.
Yes we offer low prices for moving materials and you can even rent for instance a hand truck.
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It's often said that moving home is one of the most stressful things in modern life. Studies have shown that it even surpasses the breakdown of relationships, divorce and starting a new job in terms of the sheer levels of stress that moving house can actually involve. While nothing can stop the basic and immutable fact that a big move is a stressful day, it can be made a little bit easier. More and more people in Berlin are choosing to rent moving boxes to make the day go by that bit more smoothly. Just go to boxatwork.com, or give us a call, choose a date and convenient time to have your boxes delivered, and we'll bring them round to you free of charge.
Remember the days of treading off to all the local supermarkets and shops asking if they had any empty, adequate sized boxes to pack your stuff in? Our reusable plastic moving boxes make that thankless part of pre-packing a thing of the past. With our plastic boxes, you can also be sure that they're not going to split open or the bottom isn't going to fall out during the move, as can so easily happen with cardboard. So once you've received your boxes, simply pack away your things, fill up the van and make your move. The standard sizing of our moving boxes is 60 cm x 40 cm x 37 cm (67 litres), 10% larger than a standard cardboard box for moving and the ergonomically-designed handles and sturdy lids make carrying and stacking much easier. If you don't feel like carrying the boxes, we also rent out trolleys which can carry up to five full boxes at a time.
Once you've finally moved house and unpacked, simply let us know and we'll come collect them. It really is that easy. So if you're moving in Berlin, why not save yourself time, money and stress, as well as doing your bit for the environment, and rent moving boxes?
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