St. Louis, Missouri (PRWEB) July 18, 2009
Cord Moving and Storage, an agent for North American Van Lines with its Corporate Headquarters in Earth City, MO announced today the acquisition of St. Louis Furniture Transfer a local delivery company specializing in home deliveries, local moves/relocations, model home furniture distribution, storage for local builders and designers in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area.
Stephen G. Ryan, President of Cord Moving and Storage while making the announcement indicated, "this purchase continues to strengthen Cord Moving and Storage's position in the marketplace as a very diversified transportation - moving company that has weathered the economic down-turn through aggressive sales efforts, superior customer service, continued focus on quality and an eye on always improving the work environment at Cord Moving."
Cord Moving and Storage was founded in 1955 and has provided unparalleled service to St. Louis customers that require personal household goods moving locally, across the United States or internationally. Cord Moving and Storage has added other transportation services over the years to create that excellent level of diversification by including and becoming a leader in office and industrial relocations, computer, museum, art moving and a varied list of electronic equipment transportation for a long list of nationally known Fortune 500 customers. Cord Moving's customers continue to rely on Cord's Core Values of honesty, fairness and professionalism in everything they do on a daily basis for many years and will for many years to come.
David Kaufman who previously owned St. Louis Furniture Transfer will remain on staff and will lead the charge of new business development. David has proven for years as he grew the wide spectrum of moving services in St. Louis that customer service is always important but so much more in today's environment which he recently pointed out, "why this consolidation was such a wise decision for both companies as we strengthen our services throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area."