Raleigh-Based Excel Moving & Storage Earns Green Plus Certification

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Excel Moving & Storage, a warehousing and transportation company in Raleigh, North Carolina, has joined the 60 business and organizations across the country that have officially become Green Plus Certified.

Started in 1997, Excel provides moving services all over North Carolina, plus storage facilities in Greensboro, North Carolina, and its home town of Raleigh, in addition to logistics and records management services.  Recently, Excel expanded into South Carolina, providing moving services in and around the Charleston area.

Excel’s mission is to bring reliable moving and storage services to the Carolinas, while being a steward for the environment.  Over the past several years, Excel has implemented sustainability initiatives that include investing in energy efficient lighting and equipment, using E85 ethanol gas in all of its vehicles, performing renovations and retrofits to all of its facilities, making changes in company work policy to reflect sustainability, and providing incentives to employees who carpool.  Excel is also very active in the Raleigh community, participating in local charity events, encouraging employees to volunteer, and performing in-kind services to local businesses and organizations.

Out of the 60 Green Plus Certified businesses in our network, Excel Moving and Storage is the sixth business located in Raleigh to earn Certification.

The Institute for Sustainable Development / Green Plus


Amanda is a graduate of the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, where she received her master's degree in Journalism and Mass Communication, specializing in Public Relations. She received her bachelor's degree from Virginia Tech, where she majored in Environmental Policy and Planning and...
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