The Minnesota Transport Services Association (MTSA)
is the state trade association for the professional household goods
carriers in Minnesota. From small apartment moves to large commercial
moves, our members can take care of all your residential and commercial
needs. Our members offer a variety of moving services such as packing,
storage and moving supplies. As a condition for membership in our
association, each mover must be licensed, insured and maintain their
equipment to standards set by the state of Minnesota and the federal
government. In addition members have agreed to abide by a Code
of Ethics promising to provide Minnesota moving consumers with
honest, legal and efficient services. See a list
of our Household Goods Movers. If you want to know about moving
a home, an office or a business, this is a great place to be.
We have provided valuable resources here to provide information needed to help make your residential move less stressful. Check out our
Guide to a Smooth Move, which provides tips and planning ideas for helping you prepare for your move.
In addition, MTSA members handle everything from local cartage to heavy hauling with specialized equipment. Our members also offer storage options from
self storage to commercial warehouse operations.
MTSA also includes associate members who provide carriers the very best in goods and services to assist in generating a quality service to the Minnesota consuming public. See a list of our Associate Members.
Come on in and look around. If you have questions concerning household
goods moves, freight moves, storage or warehousing, we invite you
to contact us or call us at (651) 646-4075.
Members of the MTSA
participated in the annual National Association of Letter Carriers
“Stamp Out Hunger” food drive on Saturday, May 14, 2011. MTSA
members provided transportation services at 22 sites within the
Twin Cities metro area. Over 900,000 pounds of food was collected
to feed hungry Minnesotans. Major sponsors in this event
include Minnesota Transport Services Association, Cub Foods, WCCO
Radio and Second Harvest Food Bank.