Military moving services: we’re proud to serve those who serve
Oahu PCS and all DOD-sponsored moves to the Hawaiian islands

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Trust Royal Hawaiian Movers for all your local moving needs: residences, offices, and more

With approximately a dozen military bases across the state, the United States armed forces remains the largest single employer in the state of Hawaii. And if you have been selected for PCS to Oahu or other locations in Hawaii, Royal Hawaiian Movers has the teams, trucks, and experience to make your move as efficient as possible.

For more than 30 years, the DOD has leaned heavily on Royal Hawaiian Movers to serve the moving needs of those who serve, moving not only troops and their families, but equipment, machinery, vehicles, and more. We move thousands of military families every year, and we’re honored to support them.

Do you have questions about an upcoming move? Looking for details about schools, stores, or other services? Do you think you may have storage needs before, during, or after your move?

Contact Royal Hawaiian Movers: we’re here to help.

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Oahu: a primary destination for military personnel

With around 50,000 active military personnel, Oahu is most often the destination for members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines relocating to Hawaii.

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Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines : we’ve got your move covered

No matter which branch of the military you may be in — and no matter where in the world you may be moving from — Royal Hawaiian Movers ensures every single need is met. Moving with pets? A vehicle? Worried about exceeding weight or size limits put in place by leadership? We can answer every question you may have, and find a solution to any problem you may face.

It all comes down to experience: there’s a reason Royal Hawaiian Movers has been the leading mover for military personnel for more than three decades. It’s because we understand the complexities inherent in ANY move to Hawaii, but especially those encountered by our men and women in uniform.

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