VANCOUVER, B.C. — Quality Move Management has been received the top two awards from Allied Van Lines as part of the company’s US Operations Conference.
The Canadian moving company was named 2011 Cross-Border Agent of the Year and was also named the Safety Agent of the Year.
It’s the fifth year in a row that Quality Move Management has won the cross-border agent award. The award recognizes the agent with the highest volume of US-Canada cross-border tonnage. Quality hauled 6.5 million pounds across the border in 2011, up 20% from 2010 levels, Allied announced.
“Once again, Quality Move Management continues to set the standard for our cross border agents,” said Bill Lyon, vice-president and general manager of Allied Van Lines. “Being recognized multiple times for both awards is indicative of a culture that can successfully perform at the highest level.”
“Even though we moved the equivalent of 300 truckloads across the border in 2011, our goal was do it safely and securely,” added Quality Move Management president and CEO Kevin St. George. “Winning these awards multiple years is a testament not only to the quality of our leadership but also to everyone on our team who contributed with their passion for excellence.”
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