Kilmarnock Removals International

If the name Kilmarnock Removals International sounds familiar, it’s probably because since 1976, we have been moving homes and businesses both large and small with the quality of care, service and skill you’d expect from such a well-established company.

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Mission & Standards

Our aim is to provide our customers with a safe, good-value, consistent and reliable service on all moves, whether it’s local or international. We develop our staff to the highest level and establish lasting relationships with our customers and suppliers.

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The BAR

The British Association of Removers (BAR) has promoted professional excellence in the removals industry for more than a century. As a proud member, Kilmarnock Removals International are required to work in co-operation with the Industry Standard Approved Code of Practice, monitored by the Trading Standards Institute.

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Reviews

With a rating of 9.9/10 from over 800 customer reviews since 2009, we are exceptionally proud of our customer service.

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Awards

Winners of the BAR Domestic Mover of the Year 2016 and finalist in the BAR Overseas mover of the year, we are dedicated to leading the industry standard in the removals industry.

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About Our History

Kilmarnock Removals International was founded in 1974 as a family business, and remains one to this day.

Originally started by Bill Kerr, he built the business into one of Ayrshire’s most trusted removals companies for over 30 years. On his retirement in 2009 he sold the company to Matt Purdie & Sons, one of Scotland’s largest family-owned removals companies. Matt Purdie & Sons invested in the business, upgrading and expanding its storage facilities, vehicles and team.

When it was de-merged from Matt Purdie & Sons in 2015, it was purchased by Matt Purdie himself who remains its owner to this day. A previous president of the British Association of Removers (BAR), Matt is one of the removals industry’s top names. He is the only Scot to be awarded honorary life membership of the BAR and currently chairs the Removers’ Benevolent Association (RBA).

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