We are grateful to the local community for their nomination and write in votes for this years Readers Choice Award.
We continue to work on improving quality in all aspects of our business and it is indeed satisfying that our customers took the time and effort to nominate us for this award.
We look forward to building on this momentum and to bring our quality levels to even a higher level in 2013.
October 10th,2012 Burlington,Ontario;Canada:
Taylor Moving and Storage received the coveted platinum award from Cartus Relocation, the largest provider of relocation services.
Cartus Relocation currently relocates over 100,000 families throughout the world. Each service provider in their global supplier network is graded based on a quality survey from the relocating family. These scores are the basis on the volume level that each service provider will receive from Cartus.
Taylor Moving and Storage was thrilled to receive their Platinum level award under domestic moving services, the only Canadian based firm to be honored with this high level recognition.
Residents of Oakville showed their pride yesterday, cheering on their hometown Olympians at Centennial Square.
The recognition event kicked off at 2 p.m. with a parade along Lakeshore Road, starting at Reynolds Street and finished with a reception and autograph session at Centennial Square (Lakeshore Road and Navy Street).
The attending Olympians included Adam van Koeverden, Diana Matheson, Mark Oldershaw and Kyle Jones.
Douglas Csima and Tera Van Beilen are unable to attend, but will be represented by their parents.
The athletes signed autographs for the many fans who filled the square.
Oakville’s athletes scored many successes during the London Olympics.
Van Koeverden received a silver medal in the men’s kayak single 1,000m, while Csima received a silver medal in the men’s eight rowing competition.
Matheson scored the winning goal during the bronze medal women’s soccer game against France.
Oldershaw, who trains out of Oakville, won a bronze medal in the men’s canoe singles 1,000m.
Jones’ performance made him the highest finishing Canadian triathlete in the London Olympics and Van Beilen’s near berth in the finals of the 100-metre breaststroke was also something to celebrate.
In 2011, Taylor Moving and Storage invested considerable amount of financial and human captial in improving our IT platform. We are delighted with the significant improvements this has led to our communications throughout our business, both internal and external.
Our next stage is growth.
Taylor is undertaking a major $350,000 investment to add to our North American wide fleet. This will increase our capacity within the Allied Van Lines fleet to 9 registered units serving cross border and intra Canada moves.
When completed by the winter of 2013, this fleet will be one of the largest single hauling fleets in Canada within our network.
April 30th 2012 Burlington, Ontario:
Taylor Moving and Storage is proud to be recognized as the Readers Choice winner in the Platinum division for moving and storage companies.
Each year, the Burlington Post surveys their readership regarding the best service providers in the local community.
As this years winner, we are delighted to see our efforts in continuing improvement are being well received by our valued customers.
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Burlington, Ontario L7S 1W6