“I would like to thank you for your help and assistance with this relocation. I am happy to say that this has been by far, the smoothest relocation I have ever had. I am not kidding. From day one, everything has been taken care of extremely well. The delivery went well. Apparently, nothing has suffered or has been damaged. Thank you again for your great work. It has been a real pleasure to be assisted by you and Arpin!”
“Your team is amazing in their communication, attention to detail, and providing excellent customer service to Sabre's employees and their families for their packing, shipping, and storage needs. Moving to and from an assignment can be terribly stressful for all parties involved, but you and your team really go above and beyond the normal expectations to relieve that stress from the employees and their families.”
Last week, Arpin Group hosted the 2012 Agent Convention where agents and employees alike gathered together for a series of fun filled meetings, workshops and other activities. The four-day event took place at the magnificent La Quinta Resort & Spa in wonderful Palm Springs.
The AMSA is always looking for new ways to help the productivity and effectiveness of the moving industry. To do this, programs are created to target specific areas that need improvement. At a Louisville, KY news conference last week, Mayor Greg Fischer and other officials officially kicked off the AMSA's RAMP program.
Arpin Van Lines has named the winners of its Annual 2012 Driver Safety Awards.
The Providence Business News honored Arpin Group for being among the healthiest employers in Rhode Island. Arpin’s employees have been getting healthier every year since the company began implementing a series of wellness initiatives.
The American Moving and Storage Association testified before a senate committee on the issue of rogue movers last month. Members of the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee raised serious concerns about Internet-based moving brokers, which are not forthright with consumers about their true role as middlemen.