Moving to Louisiana
Here is some information about the geography of Louisiana that you want if you are not sure about moving to Louisiana. The State is located entirely within the Atlantic lowlands meaning that the average difference in the height of the land is only 30 meters. There are swampy lowlands in the south and hilly plains in the north (you guessed it, they are only small hills). Thousands of islands sit along the extremely rugged coast and bays of Louisiana.
Louisiana is famous for its numerous flocks of pelicans. This is why one of its nicknames is "The Pelican State". Many scientists come to Louisiana to study the behavior of these birds. However, ask any local people and they will tell you the only important things you need to know about these birds: they are very kind, they live privately in their flocks and do not conflict with their neighbors and also they have a big beak which can hold three buckets of fish.
The Pelican State has no lack of work for those who decided on moving to LA. The State is among the top ten in the USA for reserves, production and recycling of oil. In addition to the oil here is the extraction of natural gas, salt and sulfur. Louisiana produces a variety of plastic, food, wood, paper and other industrial products. One of the largest factories in the world for the assembly of large components for American spacecraft is located here.
If you've always wanted to be a sailor but didn’t want to go for long voyages then moving to LA will allow your sailing dreams to come true. Louisiana is a major center in the US for waterway transport. Here, along the Mississippi River, more than half the country's exports of grain, shipping containers, steel, rubber, coffee, fruits and other goods pass.
Agriculture remains traditionally important for Louisiana. If you like to combine extreme with work - then relocation to Louisiana will allow you to try your hand at something special in the breeding of the alligators. Their skins and meat are in high demand across the US and the world.
Young people dreaming of a career in films are also moving to Louisiana. The state is known as the third center of filmmaking in the US (after California and New York) and it earned the nickname "Hollywood South."
Making deciding on the relocation to LA of your dreams please take into account that the state has often been impacted by tropical cyclones, hurricanes and strong tornadoes and while this may not affect your everyday life be sure that you keep supplies and safety at the back of your mind - Better safe than sorry.
Moving Companies and Relocation Services to Louisiana
WHITE HAUL MOVERS LLC
1428 TERPSICHORE STREET SUITE 4 NEW ORLEANS, LA70130
U.S. DOT # : 1408727, MC # : 533883, Company Type: Carrier, Fleet Size: 4
CubeSmart Self Storage
128 E Cypress St, Ville Platte, LA 70586
Self Storage, Packaging Materials, Moving Boxes, Boat Storage, Automobile Storage
Hathorn Transfer & Stg. Co. Inc.
620 Elliott St, Alexandria, LA 71301
Movers, Storage Household & Commercial, Movers & Full Service Storage, Moving Services-Labor & Materials, Local Trucking Service
CubeSmart Self Storage
3812 Lapalco Blvd, Harvey, LA 70058
Automobile Storage, Boat Storage, Recreational Vehicles & Campers-Storage, Self Storage, Packaging Materials, Moving Boxes
215 Timber Ridge St, Belle Chasse, LA 70037
The Storage Center
1970 Staring Ln, Baton Rouge, LA 70810
Storage Household & Commercial, Automobile Storage, Boat Storage, Self Storage, Cold Storage Warehouses, Truck Rental, Movers & Full Service Storage, Public & Commercial Warehouses
TJ's Mighty Movers LLC
323 Hamilton Rd, Bossier City, LA 71111
Movers, Movers & Full Service Storage
Fort Knox Climate Controlled Storage
This company has no available address, LA