Every business has several types of equipment that should be moved with great care. There could be desktops and laptops, computer accessories including printers and scanners, perhaps servers too. There will be industry specific equipment, mostly machines but also certain types of furniture. All such items are crucial for the business and any kind of damage caused to them could prove to be costly. In an attempt to save some money, many companies compromise on the quality of packaging materials and even the choice of mover. Business moves should be planned well, business moving experts should be hired and every step should be executed with impeccable attention to detail.
Many machines are truly sturdy and they may not break even if the movers drop them from a reasonable height. This does not imply the machines or equipment can be dealt with in a careless manner. There can be serious aesthetic damage to any sturdy equipment. There should not be any adverse impact whatsoever, aesthetic or more severe. The reason why you should pay a little more for business moves to protect equipment is the sheer possibility of something seemingly harmless causing enough damage.
Equipment always have some tender components. These could be pins, chips, tubes, moving or rotating parts and other fragile components that can get damaged even when the entire equipment seems to be fine. There may not be a fall or any major impact. There may not be any aesthetic damage. The entire move may go just as planned and no one may be aware of anything adverse to have caused any damage to the fragile components. Yet, you may find the equipment malfunctioning when you restart it at the new address. You cannot afford to risk the integrity of your equipments during business moves, certainly not for some paltry saving.