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NWVL Receives Prestigious Cartus Masters Cup Award

By October 16, 2019NWVL

New World Van Lines was honored for its outstanding performance at Cartus Corporation’s 2019 Global Network Conference, held October 14-15, 2019 at The Westin Copley Place, Boston in Boston, Massachusetts. The Cartus Global Network is Cartus’ industry-leading worldwide service provider network. Each year, Cartus recognizes the companies and individuals in the Network who have provided extraordinary service to its customers and clients worldwide. The theme of this year’s conference was “Synergy.”

New World Van Lines was named winner of the Cartus Masters Cup Award for move-related services. Presented to the top Global Network member each year, the Cartus Masters Cup recognizes the winner’s commitment to Cartus’ vision, values and, specifically, its mission statement: “We come to work every day to help our customers and clients succeed.”

“You are all an integral part of the Cartus Global Network. The dedication by the members of the Global Network to consistently provide remarkable results and excellent service to our customers sets us all apart as a leader in the global relocation industry.” said Katrina Helmkamp, President and CEO of Cartus. “This year we are very happy to award the highest honor, the Cartus Masters Cup Award, to New World Van Lines. Their attentive commitment to our customers and their forward-thinking approach to service has set them apart. We are grateful for their partnership and proud to have them as a valuable member of the Cartus Global Network.”

“Cartus has always maintained rigorous criteria and performance standards for their Network providers, but also for the recipients of the Masters Cup award,” said David Marx, President, New World Van Lines. “We’re proud to be a part of Cartus’ Global Network, and to have received this honor, which recognizes our mutual commitment to quality, superior service and to finding innovative ways to provide that service in the changing face of relocation.”