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New World’s 2020 World Class Awards

By May 7, 2021NWVL

On May 5, 2021, New World virtually hosted its annual banquet and awards ceremony. Given the name of New World’s 2020 World Class Awards, these awards recognized the exceptional, or world-class, achievements of New Word’s service centers and employees during the past year.

David Marx, partner, kicked off New World’s 2020 World Class Awards with opening remarks, a brief recap of the year and company updates. Additionally, David thanked all employees for their continuous hard work and contributions that allowed New World to withstand the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic. David said, “Our future looks bright. As a result of the amazing service we are delivering, our clients are rewarding us with more business, and we are winning new business with some of the largest companies in the world.”

During the award show, New World management presented over 30 awards in a variety of different categories including safety, quality, customer service and more. With each category playing a crucial role in New World’s operational success, these metrics are analyzed and prioritized by management and all 16 service centers throughout the year.

Patrick Nevins, Safety Director, presented the first two awards of the banquet which included the 2020 Safety Award and the Perfect Performance FMCSA Points Award. A service center’s safety score is calculated based on a variety of factors including accidents, DOT inspections, logs and workman’s compensation. Nevins congratulated the following three Safety Award winners, New World of Ohio (1st), New World of Virginia (2nd) and New World of Colorado (3rd).

As New World’s highest priority, safety is a crucial part to ensuring the success and growth of the company. With that, New World also awarded three other safety awards, known as the Perfect Performance Awards. Nevins and Safety Manager, Vince Manna, congratulated the following service centers for achieving significant safety milestones.

Perfect Performance Award: FMCSA Points
New World of Georgia
New World of Missouri
 New World of Ohio
 New World of Virginia
 New World of Washington
Perfect Performance Award: Chargeable Accidents
New World of Colorado
New World of Virginia
Perfect Performance Award: Workman’s Compensation
New World of Arizona
New World of Dallas
New World of Ohio

 

Carrying on with the award show, Chief Operating Officer, Greg Hoover, presented the next two awards, featuring the 2020 Quality Award and the 2020 Customer Service Excellence Award. Greg said, “I would like to congratulate the whole company as we continue to improve our quality scores across the board to unprecedented levels. We are now in the top level for virtually all of our business, so congratulations to everyone for your hard work and dedication.”

Congratulations to the following three Quality Award winners:New World of Ohio (1st), New World of Massachusetts (2nd) and New World of San Francisco (3rd).

Continuing to highlight the importance of quality, Greg introduced the Customer Service Excellence Award. Serving as the single point of contact for New World’s customers, New World’s move coordinators often determine much of the customer’s experience. New World recognized the following Move Coordinators for their exceptional quality scores, averaging a score of 4.73 on a 5-point scale.

Continuing to highlight the importance of quality, Greg introduced the Customer Service Excellence Award. Serving as the single point of contact for New World’s customers, New World’s move coordinators often determine much of the customer’s experience. New World recognized the following Move Coordinators for their exceptional quality scores, averaging a score of 4.73 on a 5-point scale.

Customer Service Excellence Award
Jackie K. Janae L.
Crystal L. Linda R.
Jacqueline A. Karen M.
Erin P. Amanda S.
Melanie H. Sharon D.

 

 

 

Following the Customer Service Excellence Award, Ed Marx, Partner, presented the Unpacking Award to the service centers whose efficiency and success had increased revenues, quality scores, and customer satisfaction. Ed congratulated New World of Georgia as the winner of this award as well as New World of Dallas (2nd) and New World of Florida (3rd) for their success.

When presenting the Overall Lowest Claims Award Ed highlighted the importance of this award by saying, “Being in the top 3 of this category, is the best positive step your service center can take to success.” Ed presented the Overall Lowest Claims Award to New World of Chicago (1st), New World of Dallas (2nd) and New World of Texas (3rd).

The final award New World presented for the 2020 World Class Awards was the Service Center of the Year Award. David introduced this award and said, “For a service center to win this prestigious award they must be doing everything very well.”

New World extended a sincere congratulations to New World of Dallas for winning the 2020 Service Center of the Year Award.

Service Center of the Year
New World of Dallas

 

 

New World concluded the 2020 World Class Awards by thanking all employees for their talents and dedication to the company. Ed expressed his gratitude to all employees in his closing statement and said, “As a partner in this family business, 2020 is the year I am filled with more pride than ever before. There were many obstacles we had to overcome this year and that we persevered.”