Any moving company worker who has been on the job for more than a few months is likely to have some interesting tales to tell. While most days on the job involve nothing more interesting than transporting brown cardboard boxes, there are other days that are a bit more notable.
The biggest challenge comes when items are so rare or so unique or so large that a standard cardboard box just won’t do. Consider moving a museum quality suit of armor or a priceless antique Asian crown. These items require a little more attention but still fit easily on a truck. The real fun begins when the movers begin to question whether they need a different vehicle. What about moving the Apollo space capsule or an entire ice cream truck? The challenge certainly grows when the movers have to think outside the literal box.
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