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About Joka, Kolkata

Joka is a neighborhood in the South-Western part of the city of joy, Kolkata. Located in the Thakur Pukur area, Joka homes one of the prime management schools in India, Indian Institute of Management – Calcutta. The locality is well in touch with the main capital city via the Diamond Harbour Road, passing right from the middle of the area. A famous tourist place known as Gurusaday Museum is also situated in Joka locality.

Why Shift Karado?

You need good packers and movers for shifting in and around Kolkata. We provide excellent services with our network of warehouses and offices all across the country, including Kolkata. This is exactly why we claim to be the best packers and movers in Kolkata. Our clients get our unique addition to the shifting industry - the facility of instant quotation and booking. This is made possible with our app, website or toll free. In order to make sure that all our clients have a stress free shifting experience with us, our reliable team is ready with their expert packing service. For added safety, we also provide comprehensive insurance which gives door to door risk coverage.

As a part of the Star Worldwide Group we have

6

Offices

across India

Over 2 Lac

Sqft

of warehouse and office space

200+

Employees

all over India

What does Shift karado offer as packers and movers in Joka

1. Our app, website or toll-free number give instant booking and quote availability
2. Our professional team uses their expertise for packing your items
3. Comprehensive risk coverage with door to door insurance

About Kolkata
The capital of West Bengal, Kolkata, is a historically significant city. Renowned for literature and academics, the city houses many organizations with cultural importance at a national level. These include the National Library of India, Academy of Fine Arts and the Indian Museum. Earlier called Calcutta, Kolkata was renamed at the turn of this century. As oldest Indian still operational port, Kolkata is also important for its commerce. With the coming up of planned townships and commercial hubs, recent GDP estimates make it India’s third-highest productive metropolitan city. Kolkata is also the home to the Bengali film industry.