SAN DIEGO, Ca. (May 29, 2018) – The Suddath® Companies won International Moving Company of the Year and was runner up for Outstanding Corporate and Social Responsibility Initiatives at the 2018 FEM Americas EMMAs (Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards).
Hosted annually by the Forum for Expatriate Management, the awards are an evening dedicated to celebrating success, best practice and outstanding contribution to global mobility. Held on Thursday, May 24, at the Loews Coronado Bay Resort in San Diego, Ca., the celebration brought together the best and brightest of the global mobility industry and the supporting suppliers and vendors.
“We are thrilled and truly honored to be named International Moving Company of the Year,” said Trevor Buracchio, director of international operations for Suddath global moving services. “This award exemplifies the dedication and teamwork required to execute an amazing experience for our customers.”
Suddath previously won International Mover of the Year in 2012, 2014 and 2016. The award highlights Suddath’s commitment to having a positive impact on our partners’ business priorities through innovations, improvements and a dedicated focus on transferee experience. Global Account Manager Jolyce Ledvina accepted the award on behalf of the entire Suddath team.
Suddath was also recognized as runner up for Outstanding Corporate and Social Responsibility Initiatives thanks to our non-profit partnerships, including the Smiles Foundation and Move for Hunger, the Suddath scholarship program, and our sustainable business practices.
“We are very pleased to be recognized based on the feedback from our clients. It is a credit to our customer service teams and crews who strive every day to provide the very best transferee experience available,” said Teela Gleason, SVP of global client services for Suddath global moving services. “While systems, processes and programs are all important, this is still very much a people business, and so I dedicate this award to all of our front line and customer service teams.”