Introductory Offer for Our Lucknow Clients! Book Your Move Before 23rd April.   Use the Code SKDLKO to Get 10% Off!!

Introductory Offer for Our Lucknow Clients! Book Your Move Before 23rd April

Use the Code SKDLKO to Get 10% Off!!

Packers and movers in Kursi Road, Lucknow

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About Kursi Road, Lucknow

Kursi is a suburb of Lucknow located in is outskirts. The road connecting it to the capital city is known as Kursi Road or Kursi-Lucknow Road. It initiates from Kursi and stretches all the way down to Lucknow, connecting with the other roads there. Guramba, Basaha and Behta are the localities that are situated on either side of the road. One of the branches of Kursi Road goes straight to the national highway near Kursi.

Why Shift Karado?

Shifting your home in and around Lucknow needs the services of good packers and movers. With the network of our office and warehouse network across the country, including Lucknow, we can claim to be the best packers and movers in Lucknow. We can ensure that our clients get the advantage of our unique addition to the packing and moving industry - the facility of instant quotation and booking. Our app, website and toll-free provide this facility easily to our clients. To ensure our clients have a stress free shifting experience every time, we provide a reliable packing team, which is coupled with a door-to-door insurance for all goods comprehensive risk coverage.

As a part of the Star Worldwide Group we have

6

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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 Kursi Road

1. Instant quotation and booking availability on our app, website or toll-free number
2. Your items packed with expertise by a professional team
3. Door to door comprehensive risk coverage via insurance
About Lucknow
Lucknow, commonly called the city of Nawabs, is the capital of Uttar Pradesh. As the largest city of the state, Lucknow was the cultural capital of Northern India in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Lucknow is located on the shores of Gomti river and is known for its embroidery works, including the famous ‘chikankari’. A recently growing hub of software and IT, the city also has several renowned research and educational organizations, including the eminent Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow. Once a major center for the Indian Rebellion of 1857, Lucknow has been ranked "India's second happiest city" in a survey conducted by IMRB International.