We pick up, store, and bring back your stuff
Cheapest way of getting more space
3 months minimum storage time - 2 boxes/items
That’s easy! Go to your online account and select the item(s) you want to get back.
Within 24 hours.
No problem! We also store your bulky items. When bigger than 1200x800x400 we can make you a m2 offer.
Yes, the minimum storage period is 3 months. Afterwards you only pay per day.
Once your boxes/items have made its way safely to our warehouse for storage, this is the same date as the pick-up. You'll be charged monthly, always on the first of every month. You pay exactly for the amount of days the boxes/items are in storage.
That is not a problem. To be on the safe-side order more boxes than too less. You only pay for the boxes/items that go into one of our warehouses. When we pick everything up we will also take the empty ones.
Within 24 hours. Just organize everything in your online account.
As many times as you want. You even have the option to get something back temporarily in order to get it picked up for storage again. The first redelivery we give you for free, afterwards we charge you a flat rate of 9.99 euro.
We have multiple warehouses in different cities. Depending on which city you are located it will be stored in the nearest warehouse.
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.
Use our Box at Work app to add pictures and/or notes to the box while you are packing. Scan the barcode of the box/item and you can get started. It will directly appear in you personal account. Now you will never forget what you have in storage.
Our boxes are developed with a high quality standard in order to protect your items. When you still want to use your own (cardboard) box that is not a problem. Just order ‘my boxes’ on the homepage and it will be taken care of.
Hello and welcome to Box at Work, a new business with serious environmentally friendly credentials and a dedication to great customer service. We only provide 100% reusable plastic boxes for our city storage and moving services, each measures 60cm x 40cm x 37cm and has a 67 litre capacity. Placing an order is easy and once it’s received, our expert team will bring the boxes to the address given. Then it’s over to you for the packing and once you’re done, we’ll pick them up. They are taken to a secure facility where you can rent storage space, or alternatively we’re happy to collect empty boxes from your new address.
Start your order by scheduling a date and time which suits you, either online or by phone, then we’ll bring the boxes to the address provided at no extra cost. Fill them with the items you’re intending to keep in storage and then we’ll come and collect them for free. Once everything is safely packed away in our Stuttgart facility, go to your personal online account to manage your boxes or large items. Arranging redelivery is easy, as every item has its own barcode and you can also upload an image of each box showing its content. Just check through to organise the items you want to get hold of, and those you’d like us to keep safe. Once you've decided what you’d like us to deliver, we guarantee to make it happen at the time and date requested. Just so you know we’re committed to this promise, if we arrive late we’ll always reimburse whatever you paid to rent storage with us.
Stuttgart is located in the southwest of Germany and is part of the large Baden-Württemberg state. Known as a centre for manufacturing excellence, the city plays home to the headquarters of car giants Porsche and Mercedes-Benz. Economic success has given the residents a reputation for dressing smart and driving fast.
As a kid I already adored looking at trains, now
I am a collector of trains. It is a hobby which I
want to expand upon when I am pensioned.
bahnen und alles was dazu gehört - und auch
She loves her hobby taking pictures of
everything she encounters. 'When making
pictures I feel alive.'
His book 'Neukölln ist Nirgendwo' which gives
an unique insight into his beloved
neighborhood Neukölln, was published last