Are Your Supply-Chain Partners Legendary? 09.12.2018 | Morgan E. Wiedmann

In today’s fast-paced changing business world, having a dependable, resourceful network of suppliers to collaborate with can be a game changer. 

This is especially true when it comes to employee relocation; to get your talent where it needs to be, your company can be partnering with household goods companies, destination service providers, auto movers, visa/immigration services, mortgage services, corporate housing and more to ensure safe and stress-free moves.

At Weichert, we understand the importance of a healthy supply chain and know the serious implications that just one weak link in the chain can bring. With our Supply-Chain Risk Assessment, we provide our clients with the necessary trust and confidence that we are effectively managing financial risk across the entire mobility supply-chain.

When it comes to our Weichert Global Network, the on-the-ground destination specialists we train to assist mobile employees in over 190 countries, we look even further than financial stability. We want them to be Legendary.

The following stories from two of our Weichert Global Representatives (WGRs) show the lengths they’ll travel to provide Legendary Service, and help us go above and beyond in any situation for our clients and mobile employees.

First, Elaine Hery, one of our WGRs in Spain, shares her story of how her firm transformed one transferee’s relocation from Germany to Barcelona from hot to cold.

Another great story is shared by Robert Baldwin, WGR in Switzerland, who explains how his firm resolved a late night bath gone wrong and found temporary living for a horse…yes a horse.

As you can see, situations can happen anywhere but with the right supply chain providers who are ready and willing to help at all times, even the most dire circumstances can be transformed into Legendary Service experiences.

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Written by Morgan E. Wiedmann


Morgan Wiedmann is the Content Specialist in Weichert’s Marketing group. Leveraging over six years of experience in writing and marketing, she develops content for the company’s website and social media channels as well as for client and colleague communications. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Journalism from Suffolk University in Boston. Morgan serves as an active member of Worldwide ERC’s YP40 committee and has been named a Marketing Champion by Salesforce.

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