Suddath is proud to have won the titles of ‘Best Moving Company’ and ‘Best Place to Work’ in the Bold City Best competition, hosted by the Florida Times Union. Bold City Best is an annual competition that gives people in the Jacksonville community the opportunity to vote for their favorite people, places and businesses in more than 150 categories.
Staff at Aspire Mobility Group were treated to a fun day out in Copenhagen to celebrate the completion of a highly successful summer peak season.
Aspire Mobility Group Director Sara Lyrum Kronkjaer said, “We invited our staff from Sweden and our offices in Denmark, for a day and evening out to celebrate yet another busy peak season where our devoted employees gave their upmost to ensure top-quality service to our clients and their assignees.”
On 1 October 2019, Tracey Neuville joined the Client Services team of Gerson Relocation in the UK. Tracey will be responsible for working with Corporate HR and Global Mobility teams to help manage their international moves and the key challenges relating to employees relocating overseas.
Sterling Lexicon is continuing to expand its sales and business development team — welcoming Rolanzo Kinniebrew (left) and John Young (right) to the company. Kinniebrew will work on sales and business development for the mid-Atlantic territories, with a focus on the Washington D.C. market, while Young will work on sales and business development for the Southern U.S.
Luis Holst Echeverría, our Mobility Manager, was elected as FIDI Regional Ambassador for Central America and the Caribbean islands for the next two years (2019-2021).
Mudanzas Mundiales Group is very pleased to announce the promotion of Zeitel Sagot as Manager for our Mobility Division, effective since August 1st, 2019.
Zeitel, who joined Mudanzas Mundiales Group in 2016, has worked as Pricing Executive and Move Coordinator showing a strong commitment to the company. She is a proven and dedicated leader that guides and empowers her coworkers in a daily basis.
Keith Meader, the President and Chief Operating Officer of Transpo/Asian Tigers Household Goods and Relocation Services, will be retiring at the end of November.
Keith originally joined our company from California in 1991 as our Thailand Household Goods Manager. He went on to be country manager of Brink’s Thailand, a joint venture between Transpo Thailand and Brink’s Inc. USA.
After 2 senior positions out of Hong Kong with 2 worldwide stock exchange corporations, Keith returned 8 years ago to Asian Tigers Thailand in the previously above named position. Keith has been both a company and industry leader. He served as OMNI President from 2016 To 2018.
Eric Lim, Chairman of Asian Tigers Mobility Japan, is delighted to announce the appointment of Tomomi Fujita as the Managing Director of the company who will lead the company effective September 1, 2019.
Tomomi holds a Bachelor of Arts in Education and has a Japanese teaching certificate. After graduation from University in Tokyo, Tomomi moved to Oregon, USA as a Teaching Assistant at the University of Oregon. There she learned English as her second language and learned first-hand what the challenges are to live overseas in a foreign country.
NICK MASEE was recently married and with a baby arriving soon (October), he has made the decision to step down from his current position with the company to spend some much needed time with his family. He has truly enjoyed leading Asian Tigers Japan from its early infancy to the market leading position as he departs after 21 years. “It is impossible to put into words how being part of this company has impacted my life in such positive ways over all these years”, said Nick.
Aires is pleased to announce that Rakesh Thapar, Ph.D., has joined the company as Vice President, Product and Technology. In this newly created role, Rakesh will be responsible for overall information and business technology leadership, focusing on Aires technical strategy, architecture growth/transformation, and IT operational excellence.
OMNI (Overseas Moving Network International) is a network of some of the world’s largest and most active corporate moving companies. In this article, Ian waters, OMNI General Manager, looks at one way in which the corporate moving world has changed dramatically in recent years: the lump sum customer.
Suddath, announced today the appointment of Heather McBride-Morse as its new chief people officer.
McBride-Morse has a proven track record of driving the talent agenda, bringing with her 20 years of experience helping organizations to grow, both organically and through mergers and acquisitions. She has a passion for creating a top-tier employee experience and a signature motto of “making Monday the best day of the week.”
Trafimar Relocation Services in Mexico has announced the hiring of Cristian Matiella Ramirez as Branch Manager of Trafimar Relocation Services, Queretaro effective July 2019 Cristian will focus on the national Sales in the so-called Bajio Area in Mexico which is located between San Luis Potosi, Queretaro and Leon.
His name is also well known on the international side of the moving industry.
Juergen Tellman has joined Trafimar Relocation Services in Mexico.
He started a new role as COO in June and will be responsible to streamline the current flow of international and domestic moves in Trafimar.
Juergen, who brings more than 30 years of experience, started his career in Germany and over the last 4 years worked for an US based company in Germany/USA and Mexico.
¨It is amazing to see the Salespower Trafimar has obtained over the years, locally with multinational clients and internationally with the Agents.¨ The Industry is changing and we need to assure our high level standards and customer services to make the difference.
According to a recent study by Sterling Lexicon, the answer to this question is a resounding yes. They recently engaged with a number of organisations in the luxury goods sector to better understand which Global Mobility (GM) trends and issues are currently impacting their companies and mobility programmes. Here’s their press release…
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Representing global fashion houses, upcoming brands and high-end retailers, we identified a range of topics weighing on the minds of GM professionals working in this specific industry. And while our original premise was to identify common sector- specific themes, we concluded that many of the challenges faced by GM professionals are universal to all areas of the global economy. Nevertheless, we’ve carefully curated our Summer 2019 Collection in the following literary catwalk for your edification.
Kildare, Ireland – Irish Relocation Services (Irishrelo), an international moving services company, has
added four additional vehicles to their existing fleet for the busy season. The new trucks will be added to
the existing high capacity fleet that Irishrelo uses to provide expert international move management
OMNI (Overseas Moving Network International) has recognised the achievements of its leading shippers with its annual tonnage awards presented at the network’s conference in Seville. Each year OMNI presents its prestigious tonnage awards to those member companies that shipped the most within the network and those that most increased their cooperation with other group members.
FINK Mobility is proud to announce that once again the Ernst & Young FAIM 3.2 audit resulted in zero non-conformities, 100% compliance on the audit day. FINK Mobility continues to be a FAIM Top Performer.
Well done to everyone involved.