“This was my first major move and I was not as prepared as I should have been, but your guys were so helpful and understanding. They were so efficient and amazing. They worked quickly, and truthfully, it was a pleasure having them. From the moment they walked in, I felt comfortable and knew I was in good hands. You run an unbelievable business.”
“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!”
How long will the West Coast port situation wreak havoc on the moving industry? Unfortunately these strikes and port shutdowns have a long term and crippling impact on the moving industry (as well as countless other industries) for a long period of time even after the issues are resolved and the ports begin operating “normally” again.
At Arpin, we take great pride in our numerous “green” initiatives and programs. Not only are we able to reduce our energy consumption and pass these savings along to you, our customer, we are also preserving the environment for our children. Today, we have proof that our efforts are making a difference.
The third annual “Moving With Arpin” video contest is back! Our contest has been very popular the past two years and we can’t wait to see what contestants have in store for 2015. To make it fresh and switch things up a bit, we’ve changed some of the rules and where we’re hosting it.
According to the latest AMSA Today, there is a strong belief that 2015 will be a strong year for the trucking industry due to statistics taken from the Commercial Carrier Journal’s 2015 Economic Outlook Survey.
It’s no secret that there is a driver shortage for long-haul and we are constantly reminded of that shortage each summer in the relocation industry as demand spikes and supply remains the same. It’s been a growing concern for years.
With skyscrapers on the rise in Shanghai and across Asia, Arpin China’s incoming transferees will be more likely to live in an above-average level apartment than transferees moving to other destinations. That said, the newest Arpin office might have one-up even on Shanghai; Arpin Dubai shares its home turf with the tallest building in the world: the Burj Khalifa.