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The People at Kelly’s Storage and Moving Company in Surrey

A storage and moving company is nothing without its people so we take care to keep our employees happy and interested in our business. Regular training and good working conditions are important but so too is the maintenance of open dialogue with management to facilitate exchanges of new ideas for improvement.

Our policy on staff selection and retention has equipped Kelly’s International with a team of removal industry professionals capable of delivering outstanding customer service.

Current Skill Statistics:

Packing crews Average years in the moving industry = 12 years

Administrative Average years in the moving industry = 18 years

Meet some of our storage and moving professionals

Storage and Moving with Jason and Nick - Click to enlargeJason Dawson (left of picture) is a senior Export Packer & Foreman. He started in the removals industry in 1993 and joined Kelly’s in 1997.

Nick Kennedy (right of picture) is an Export Packer. He joined the Kelly’s moving and storage firm in 2001 and is allegedly quite good playing football for his local team!

Mr Jon Brayne is one of our Move Managers responsible for co-ordinating the activities required to make a relocation happen smoothly.  Jon has 10 years experience in the house moving industry and proved to be a valuable addition to our team after joining Kelly's International in March 2007.

Andy Fuller is a senior Export Packer & Foreman; he started in the removals industry in 1992 and joined Kelly’s International in 1997.

Richard Mupaya is a Surveyor and our Business Development Executive. His international removals career started in Zimbabwe in 1974 and he also completed long term work assignments in Zambia and Mozambique. Richard relocated to the UK in year 2000 and joined Kelly’s in 2004. Richard speaks fluent English, Ndebele, Shona & Zulu.

Noel Pereira is a Move Manager and joined Kelly’s in 2001 after graduating from University. Once a move is booked with Kelly's our move managers become the single point of contact for our clients. They will produce paperwork to all parties and closely monitor the relocation process until conclusion. Noel’s linguistic skills include English, Burmese, and Mandarin Chinese (conversational).

Terry Budgen (ironically nicknamed Rookey) is a senior Export Packer & Foreman who joined us in 1979. There’s not much Rookey doesn’t know about house removals and storage but he still gets training just like the rest of us.

Neil Gumbrell is a Surveyor and our Sales Manager. He originally apprenticed as a furniture restorer but changed career in 1988 to join Kelly’s as a packer. Neil joined our sales team in 1995 and worked his way to his current position.

Ken Lampard is our Transport Manager. He joined Kelly’s as packer and driver in 1981 and is now responsible for maintaining our vehicle fleet and co-ordinating packing crew activities.

Andy Esders is a senior Export Packer & Foreman. He joined Kelly’s in 1998 and successfully passed his HGV class 1 licence through our driver training programme.

Joe Cox is an Export Packer & Foreman. He joined Kelly’s International moving firm in the year 2000 and successfully passed his HGV class 2 licence through our driver training programme.

Keith Chapman is a Surveyor with excellent experience in office & commercial relocations. Keith has 31 years experience in the moving industry and joined Kelly’s in 2004

Stewart Gauntlett is our General Manager and 'the buck stops here’. He was surrounded by packing crews and trucks since birth; it’s not surprising to find him working in the same industry today. He joined the Kelly’s storage and moving company in Surrey 11 years ago.


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