Arpin Group scoops awards

Arpin Group has won two industry awards for outstanding performance and for demonstrating a high commitment to service among supply-chain partners.

The awards were presented at individual company ceremonies that coincided with the Worldwide ERC Global Workforce Symposium in Seattle, Washington.

Paragon recognised and honoured Arpin Group with the Paragon Partner Award for achieving excellent supplier performance in international household goods. It is the third year in a row that the group has earned this prestigious recognition.

Arpin Group also scooped the Altair Global Relocation Super Star Award for Humanitarian Commitment. This award recognises the supplier who exhibits the organisational interest and discipline to have taken up one or more causes of local, regional, national or global significance, in an effort to benefit those afflicted by poverty, hunger, civil rights infringement or social injustice, or who are otherwise socially marginalised.

David Arpin, president and CEO of Arpin Group, said: ‘We aim to provide our customers and industry partners with the highest level of service at all times.

‘We are proud to be recognised by industry partners for our commitment to customer service, quality and innovation within the industry.’

Arpin Group is an award-winning industry innovator in full-service moving and storage solutions for corporate, private residential, government and military customers. With its global headquarters in West Warwick, Rhode Island (USA), it has offices throughout North America, and the EMEA and APAC regions. Arpin Group is the holding company of Arpin Van Lines, Arpin International Group, Creative Storage Solutions, Arpin Associates, Arpin Renewable Energy and Arpin Broadcast Network.

The US Environmental Protection Agency has recognised the company for its record of environmental stewardship, while its subsidiary, Arpin Renewable Energy, spearheads research and development to facilitate the widespread adoption of ‘green’ technologies in the transportation industry.

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