J B Nagar complex is a large upmarket and affluent residential and commercial neighborhood in the Andheri West suburb of Mumbai, India. It is approximately 5 km from Andheri Station. Moreover, many of the NRIs have second homes
J B Nagar has many shopping malls, large cinemas, clubs, parks, fitness clubs, luxurious apartments and it is well connected to the rest of the city with excellent public transport facilities. It is 10 km from the airport and 5 km from Andheri Station. Trains from Andheri Station to Churchgate reach in 33 minutes. J B Nagar complex is also central to Versova Metro Station & DN Nagar Metro Station at 2.1 km each and close to A102. Both metro stations make the reach to Ghatkopar accessible in about 22 mins.
Being a considerable part of Mumbai, the J B Nagar complex has a good utility for residential, commercial, educational, medical purposes. Besides, Mumbai is the financial, commercial, and entertainment capital of India. It has the eighth-highest number of billionaires of any city globally, and it had the highest average wealth of any city in the world in 2008. It is the house for important financial institutions, the corporate headquarters of numerous Indian companies, and multinational corporations. It also shelters some of India’s premier scientific and nuclear institutes.
The climate of the J B Nagar complex is moderate. Summers are primarily hot, and winters are cold but not chilly. The amount of precipitation during winters is very high. The people of J B Nagar experience high temperatures with a high rate of humidity during summers.
The nearest airport is Chatrapati Shivaji airport. It is connected to both national and international airports. Therefore, if you come from any major city in India, you can reach Mumbai airport, and from there, you can either take the bus or a cab to arrive at the J B Nagar complex.
The nearest station is Andheri station. Therefore, if you want to travel to J B Nagar by train, you have to travel to Mumbai junction, which connects all the major cities of India. From Mumbai junction, you can either travel to and from that station by local train and from there by bus or taxi you can reach J B Nagar or from Mumbai railway station you can take a bus or a cab direct to J B Nagar.
J B Nagar complex road is connected to the national highways. These national roads connect some of the major cities of India. Therefore, if you want to travel to J B Nagar by road, you can take public transportation like state buses or Volvo buses, or personal cars if you wish to travel by road.
The closest branch is situated 12 km away from the J B Nagar complex. The Proximity makes customers comfortable to call in to use their services.
Original Agarwal Packers and Movers was established in 1984 by its founder - Dayanand Agarwal, also known as Bade Bhaiya. Original Agarwal Packers and Movers is part of DRS Group and has muscat in their logo. Website of Original Agarwal Packers and Movers is www.agarwalpackers.in.
Agarwal Packers and Movers J B Nagar is functional on:
Monday - 24 hours
Tuesday - 24 hours
Wednesday - 24 hours
Thursday - 24 hours
Friday - 24 hours
Saturday - 24 hours
Sunday - 24 hours
You can make payment by Credit/Debit card, Bank Transfer, Net Banking, UPI, Cheque and Cash.
The fee charged by Agarwal Packers and Movers J B Nagar will vary as per the number of items to be moved, weight of the items, distance to be covered, and such other factors.
We recommend to contact us at least 48 hours before shifting for a hassle-free experience. For more details please contact us through our number: 9360014001 or visit our website i.e. www.agarwalpackers.in.
We value the client and his valuable belongings. We have the appropriate vehicle carrier which can load the car/bike in your presence at your home and similarly can deliver the same at your new location.
Yes, we would take this as an honor to call you back, please drop your contact details at our enquiry page.
Due to unexpected reasons such as fire, accidents etc during the moving -process.
Yes, we can do this. The inspecting officer will address the questions.
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