Movers International, the global household goods division of Weichert Workforce Mobility, announced that it has earned the FIDI Accredited International Mover (FAIM) Quality Assurance re-certification, the only globally recognized quality certification for international moving and relocation services companies.
The highly coveted FAIM certification is the industry’s most prominent and authoritative benchmark for excellence, confirming that Movers International continues to meet the world’s most stringent quality assessment criteria for household goods shipping.
This re-certification was earned upon successful completion of a painstakingly detailed independent audit by EY, in which Movers International achieved a rare perfect score across all categories, including quality objectives, service processes, claims procedures, supply chain management and quality of warehouse facilities. The company also passed EY’s Credit Risk Barometer, indicating a superior level of financial stability.
“The safe and timely shipment of a relocating employee’s household goods is arguably the most important component of any corporate move, one that has significant impact on employee productivity and talent retention,” said Tom Grohmann, Vice President of Movers International. “This certification gives our clients the confidence that their moves are being handled by a partner dedicated to consistently exceeding our industry’s highest quality standards and delivering the highest return on their talent investment.”
With this re-certification, Movers International has held FAIM certification since the program’s inception over 25 years ago.
“FAIM certification represents the gold standard for the international moving industry, recognizing a commitment to quality above and beyond what most companies can offer,” said Bill Wilson, Senior Vice President of Global Supply Chain. “We are proud that FIDI has once again recognized our ongoing commitment to excellence and acknowledged our team and operations as being among the best of the best.”
For further information, visit the FIDI Global Alliance website.