I moved my shop from Wisconsin to Maine and back again. No moving the shop isn't fun, but setting up the new shop is a pretty cool experience, a chance to learn from the past and improve on it. I had mover move me out and I moved myself back, so here's my advice for what its worth.
1. I bought a whole bunch of cheeper plastic tool boxes, not the tiny ones but the good sized models. These worked well to pack a lot of tools in. They're only so big so you can keep the weight down, and they have handles. I filled a few with the boxes of screws, angle brackets and hinges that seem to accumulate.
2. I bought a couple of good sized plastic totes (like the rubbermaid kind) the long ones worked best, longer hand saws, long clamps, and a lot of the soft stuff, rags and brushes and such. buy several of the same size because they stack nice.
3. I disassembled everything I could when it came to my big power tools, that way handles didn't get broken bent or anything. I took cranks off the table saw, handles off the drill press, the table off of the band saw, everything that stuck out even a little and could get bent from falling over or being dropped, if I could get it off I did. I got them as close as possible to the way I originally bought them. I put all the small parts in tool boxes as well.
4. then I bought a few rolls of the saran wrap on a stick stuff, I can't think of a proper name right now, sorry, but it's the thin clear plastic on a roll, it only sticks to itself, but I used it to wrap up all the power cords on the big tools, to wrap the drawers closed on my tool cabinet, After I coated tables with some wd 40 I wrapped them in that too to trap down the oil.
the last thing is you may have to accept that something is going to get hurt, it's a big possibility but we've moved a lot and never without a casualty, When the movers took me out to Maine they dinged my table saw fence pretty good and bent over one of the channels that is used to secure jigs to it. No big deal I fixed it but it was frustrating. On and if movers are moving you, make sure you check over your inventory really well before they go. The guys hid the cast iron wings for my table saw somewhere in the truck, (the stupid driver wouldn't let me look in the back myself or I would have found them…) and I caught that they were missing just minutes before he was going to pull away. We filled out the paper work for the company to buy some new ones to replace those they lost. and a week later we got a call from the driver, glory be the wings were in the truck. The company shipped them to me, but by the time I got them who knows what they had been through, I spent a couple hours scrubbing the coat of rust off of them before I reattached them.
any rate, good luck my friend, and don't forget what I said at the beginning about how the best part is getting to make the decisions when you are setting up a new shop. That's the best part.