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Wheaton World Wide Moving wins safety award from American Moving & Storage Association

January 14, 2016 | Wheaton News & Events

INDIANAPOLIS – Wheaton World Wide Moving was recently announced as the 2016 American Moving & Storage Association (AMSA) Fleet Safety award winner in the 20-to-50 million miles category for the second consecutive year.

The AMSA Fleet Safety Award is presented to the interstate carrier in each mileage category that has the best weighted combination of the lowest U.S. Department of Transportation recordable accident rate per million miles of vehicle operation, and the lowest vehicle and driver out-of-service rate. Wheaton is a certified ProMover, AMSA’s program to help consumers easily identify a quality, professional mover.

“This award from the American Moving & Storage Association acknowledges our fleet’s excellent accident and inspection record, and we are proud that our drivers and agents are recognized for their superior performance,” said Dennis Whitaker, Wheaton’s Director of Safety. “Our fleet’s safety record is an integral part of our overall success and shows that we have the best and safest drivers in our industry.”

AMSA is the national trade association representing more than 4,000 of the nation’s moving and storage companies, which provide household goods moving services, specialized transportation for sensitive freight, such as computers and trade show exhibits, and warehouse storage services.

About Wheaton World Wide Moving 

Wheaton Van Lines, Inc. is one of the world’s most highly regarded providers of transportation services. Headquartered in Indianapolis, Ind., the Wheaton brand offer private and corporate domestic and international household goods relocation services as well as special commodities and logistic services. The United States Military is also one of the company’s largest customers. Wheaton operates through the use of an agent network with over 350 agents across the United States and covers 95 percent of the market.

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