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Mulder’s Moving and Storage becomes a prime Wheaton World Wide Moving interstate agent
KALAMAZOO, MICH. ─ Mulder’s Moving and Storage recently signed as a prime agent with the Wheaton World Wide Moving’s network of more than 220 agents across the country. Previously an agent for American Red Ball Worldwide Movers, Mulder’s serves the Kalamazoo-Portage market.
Mulder’s was founded in 1948 by Don Mulder. After working for the company for 26 years, Bob Benthin and his wife, Esther, purchased the business in 1976. Today, Bob’s son, Keith, and his wife, Cindy, own and run Mulder’s.
Mulder’s is well known in Western Michigan for its red-carpet service and commitment to exceeding customers’ expectations.
“Mulder’s Moving and Storage with its customer-first philosophy is a great fit for our agency network,” said A.J. Schneider, Executive Vice President of Wheaton | Bekins. “We look forward to a solid relationship for years to come.”
Mulder’s offers 14,000 square feet of warehouse space located at 1313 Ravine Rd., Kalamazoo, MI 49004. Mulder’s can be reached at 269-344-6683 or 800-262-0550, and can be found online at muldersmoving.com.
“Mark’s experience in working with Military agents both inside and outside of our network lends itself well to both the ELS and PRS programs,” said A.J. Schneider, Executive Vice President of Wheaton. “I’m excited to see both of those programs evolve and grow in 2016 and beyond under Mark’s management.”
Delaney started with the van line in 2003 as a Government Services Manager. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Resources and Master of Science in Management from Oakland City University in Oakland City, Ind. Delaney retired from the U.S. Air Force in 1999 after 20 years of service.
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.