Project Profile: Global Automobile Manufacturer

Delivering Innovative Solutions to a Global Automobile Manufacturer


The Challenge

A global automobile manufacturer needed to relocate their North American headquarters from New Jersey to Georgia. They were vacating three floors of office space at origin and moving into five floors at their destination. One of their non-negotiables was to find a vendor who could provide a GPS tracking system solution that integrated with the vendor, client and the drivers and their trucks. In addition, the client needed the entire three floors of office and employee contents to be relocated in 24 hours to avoid any business disruption.
 


Project Goal: To vacate three floors and track the contents of the interstate relocation by an integrated GPS tracking system
 

The Solution

Suddath® and CBRE were selected due to our ability to offer 24-hour GPS tracking that integrated with their systems so there would be complete visibility and transparency of the relocation. The complex relocation was broken down into four phases which allowed the client to continue business operations as long as possible before they had to vacate their offices. Additionally, we were the vendor of choice due to the size of our national footprint: our New Jersey office handled all parts of the relocation and vacated space services at origin, and our Atlanta office managed all move-in and installation services at the destination in Atlanta. This unique ability to not involve another relocation provider allowed Suddath to execute this challenging 24-hour interstate relocation without issue and give the client confidence that the chain of custody would not be compromised.

 


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Location

New Jersey & Georgia

Key Services

  • Interstate office moving
  • Technology relocation
  • High-value art relocation
  • Vacated space service
  • Surplus asset decommissioning

The Facts

  • 230 employees relocated
  • 365 desktop computers relocated
  • 3 floors vacated
  • 4 phase project
  • 1 partner Suddath and CBRE