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Moving & Storage:
Exceptional Year For Zippy Shell Relocation
December 15, 2016, Washington, DC - 2016 has been groundbreaking for Zippy Shell Relocation. The team's hard work and dedication have made this an exceptional year. The Relocation Division of Zippy Shell has grown over 1000% this year and is poised for an even better 2017.
This year, Zippy Shell sponsored the Worldwide ERC Conference and was a valuable part of their recent Global Workforce Symposium. Through networking and strategic development, they have increased their client base by over 200% this year. Additionally, they welcomed a new Director of Relocation to their team. Martin Mayotte came to the company with over five years' experience in the moving and relocation industry. With a background working for 1-800-PACK-RAT and Forward Relocation, Martin is considered to be a thought leader in the industry.
This past year, Zippy Shell's article "
Millennials on The Move
" was published in Mobility Magazine. This piece generated significant interest and heightened awareness for the overall brand. Zippy Shell has also become the primary relocation provider for a leading global lodging company as well as several other clients throughout the U.S. Through a successful relationship with their partners, they have proven themselves as a world-class leader in the relocation industry.
"It is truly amazing what can happen in only 18 months. From not having a relocation division to now being seen as a disrupter and leader in the relocation community truly speaks volumes to the work the team has put forth and more importantly about the solutions we provide. With the wind in our sails, it's our goal to be the best in the industry in people, skill, and service. If 2016 is any indication of what's ahead, all of our goals will be met in 2017," said Eric Delgado, Executive Vice President at Zippy Shell Incorporated.
With all of the success Zippy Shell has received this year, we can only imagine what 2017 will hold. This company has seen tremendous success in such a short period of time and they don't seem to be slowing down anytime soon!