Moving to Oregon
Oregon is one of the largest states of America. In fact it is the 9th largest state. People who have moved to OR always reflect on the diversity of natural wonders that can be found in The Beaver State from the ocean coast and high mountains, fertile river valleys and desert salt flats.
The striking scenery has inspired many people to change their plans in favor of a relocation to Oregon.
The spirit of the state is captured in the mountains and the volcanoes of the region: Mount Hood, Jefferson, The Three Sisters as well as Crater Lake - the deepest in the United States (with a depth of 594 meters). It is interesting that it has no river that flows into it, the water level is maintained only by rain and snowfall. In addition to this there are also many nature reserves across the state.
If you are moving to Oregon for work on the fertile lands, the best choice - Willamette Valley which is located between the Cascade Mountains to the east and the Coast Range to the west. Most of the population of Oregon lives here.
Oregon is the largest US producer of hazelnuts, cranberries and the traditional symbols of Christmas - fir and pine trees. If you look at the fertile fields and valleys and numerous greenhouses you will find a haven of nurseries growing fruits, vegetables, berries and flowers.
The mild climate of the valleys lends itself well to the cultivation of grapes and because of this there are more than three hundred wineries in the state.
If you prefer to work with animals moving to OR will help your dreams come true. Cattle and poultry breeding is a well developed industry.
If your relocation to OR is for industrial or manufacturing then you also have a wide selection available. A large number of major electronics manufacturers and software developers have transferred their factories and offices to Oregon. Outside of the technology sector Oregon has developed sectors for the production of footwear, sports equipment, metal structures, paper and of course timber.
The forests are the main source of pride for the State of Oregon. If you are moving to Oregon to hear the wonderful stories from our tour guides then you are in luck. For example did you know that the forests became the target of attack by the enemy during the Second World War? In September 1942 the Japanese submarine delivered a disassembled seaplane to Oregon. Once reassembled it’s pilot dropped two incendiary bombs on the forest. The aim of Japanese was to cause forest fires. But fortunately, wet weather and a quick response by the American firemen foiled their plans.
Moving Companies and Relocation Services to Oregon
Professional Moving Services
19660 Baker Rd, Bend, OR 97702
Movers, Moving Services-Labor & Materials, Piano & Organ Moving, Trucking, Pianos & Organs, Movers-Commercial & Industrial, Packing & Crating Service, Movers & Full Service Storage
Find Local Storage
36800 Industrial Way, Sandy, OR 97055
Business Documents & Records-Storage & Management, Moving Services-Labor & Materials, Self Storage, Movers, Storage Household & Commercial, Public & Commercial Warehouses
Hubbard Self Storage
3267 J St, Hubbard, OR 97032
Storage Household & Commercial, Self Storage
Curl's Service Company
6020 NW Century Blvd, Hillsboro, OR 97124
Moving Services-Labor & Materials, Movers
Mesa Systems Inc
7895 SW Hunziker St, Portland, OR 97223
Movers, Moving Services-Labor & Materials, Movers & Full Service Storage, Movers-Commercial & Industrial
Extra Space - Beaverton
2909 SW 229th Ave, Beaverton, OR 97078
Self Storage, Storage Household & Commercial
Bekins Van Lines
1890 N 7th St, Coos Bay, OR 97420
Moving Services-Labor & Materials, Local Trucking Service, Movers, Movers & Full Service Storage
58481 Old Portland Rd, Saint Helens, OR 97051
Self Storage, Storage Household & Commercial, Automobile Storage