Suddath, a leading logistics, transportation and relocation company, today announced that it has been renewed for the FIDI Accredited International Mover PLUS Quality Assurance Certification (FAIMPLUS), the world’s only recognized quality certification for professional international moving and relocation companies.
“This is a gratifying acknowledgment of our operations, and we’re excited to again be recognized by FIDI for our consistently high level of quality as an international mover,” said David Dance, President of International Moving for Suddath. “Over the last three years, our team has worked hard to maintain this prestigious certification by consistently exceeding the standard for our industry. The FAIMPLUS seal awarded by FIDI Global Alliance reaffirms our commitment to excellence in quality standards and global expertise.”
To maintain FIDI’s FAIMPLUS certification, movers must undergo an annual internal review of intercontinental moving activities, as well as an external review conducted every three years by Ernst & Young. These audits assess such service standards as procedures for quality management, supply chain management, insurance, claims and customer feedback, among other operational standards.
FIDI is the preeminent organization for international movers in the world, representing more than 600 agents. Admittance into the organization is contingent on obtaining and retaining the FAIM certification.
About The Suddath Companies
Suddath moves people, businesses and products.
The Suddath Company was established in 1919 and has grown into a nearly $600-million global transportation, relocation management and logistics company, serving 180 countries with 2,000 employees around the globe. With more than 30 locations and nearly 3 million square feet of warehouse space in the U.S., Suddath each year moves more than 80,000 households, including 30,000 military families, and is also North America’s largest commercial mover. For more information, please visit suddath.com.