“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!”
Last weekend, Arpin driver Steve Meyer and his wife, Angie, participated in “Wreaths Across America” for the second consecutive year. Don Queeney, Vice President of Hampton Roads Moving & Storage, also lent a helping hand by delivering wreaths to Arlington National Cemetery.
The holidays bring a lot of cheer and happiness to many all over the world, but it also comes with its fair share of stress. One big area for stress is traveling! Ultimately, all you want is to make it from Point A to Point B with your family, safe and sound.
Worldwide ERC® has released results from its 2014 Transfer Volume and Cost Survey that was complied with the help of 106 member organizations. Data shows that each company from the survey, on average, relocated 355 employees last year and project to relocate 379 by the end of this year.
Donating to charitable efforts has always been of high importance to Arpin Van Lines. It’s common to donate money and time to organizations, but Arpin did something a little different this time around.
Early on the first Sunday in November, I joined 35,000 runners gathering on the darkened streets of Shanghai. No need to ask for directions; crowd momentum swept me toward the Bund, and the starting line of the 19th Shanghai International Marathon (or in my care, half-marathon).
The advent of globalization has been something of a Velvet Revolution. Despite the constant buzz about dramatic transformation, most effects of globalization have seamlessly become part of our everyday lives. Regardless of whether our offices are in Tokyo or Amsterdam, we hardly give a second thought to video conferencing with colleagues on different continents, eating sushi for lunch, or enjoying fresh orange juice in the dead of winter.