702 Small Business Awards

Office movers, corporate cleaners, handymen - DUCK Projects does it all

Click here to reward a small business that provides great service with a nomination for 2016's Small Business Awards with 702 and Sage One.

DUCK Projects is an asset management company that offers a range of streamline services to help businesses achieve seamless change.

From packing, moving, storage, shredding, cleaning, to refurbishment and interior decor, the team makes relocating easy for any firm.

Nominator Mauricio says that DUCK Projects provide great logistical advice and are able to handle any unforeseen scenario.

DUCK Projects managing partner Charles Ndlovu says his company prides itself on being adaptable and running a smooth operation.

He says that DUCK Projects are able to cut costs for companies by understanding their specific needs.

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