Frank “The Chief” Corrigan came to Dearborn, Michigan, in 1923, lured by the $5 daily salary promised by Ford Motor Company. At Ford, Frank worked nights on the Ford farms performing a variety of jobs. Sometimes he even chauffeured Henry Ford himself. The Chief was ambitious, and during the day when he wasn’t working at Ford he ran an ice delivery service with his brother. When the Great Depression hit, Frank used his trucks to help families forced from their homes relocate their belongings.
And thus, Corrigan Moving Systems was born.
As Corrigan has grown, it has also expanded service offerings. A long way from hauling ice, Corrigan now handles a wide range of household goods relocations. Corrigan has also branched out into record storage, commercial and office relocations, systems furniture assembly and disassembly, logistics management and international freight forwarding. Today, Corrigan Moving Systems has grown into one of the most respected moving companies in the nation.