New Hyde Park, NY (PRWEB) January 24, 2014
Associated Global Systems’ (AGS), residential delivery service now delivers products of any weight and size to any residential address in America.
AGS’ Home Delivery Service is designed for companies who sell direct to consumers and home businesses that require a single carrier to handle all customer requirements. AGS Home Delivery offers on-site services including: inside room of choice placement, unpacking, removal of debris and assembly, either in the customer’s home or in an AGS warehouse prior to delivery.
Additionally, a return service is available for consumers who wish to send products back to their origin that can include repacking and a choice of several economical return transportation service options.
AGS offers complete tracking and inventory management through its website, myAGS.com. Companies can view shipment status and inventory levels, which are continually updated. Their consumers are kept advised of shipment status right from their PC, laptop or smartphone.
Scott Richter, V.P. of Supply Chain Solutions for AGS, states that “AGS Home Delivery is the most flexible in the country, with delivery times between Monday and Saturday and up to 10:00 p.m. Companies can also specify four levels of service; Overnight, Two Day, Three Day or Deferred, from any origin in the U.S.”
AGS has over 50 warehouses around the country that are available to customers for storage and consolidation of products prior to delivery, or for those shipments pending appointment deliveries. These facilities are also available to customers to use for inventory or as regional distribution centers.
Richter states that “all home delivery personnel are trained for residential delivery and placement, and will serve as excellent customer service representatives for our clients.”
Associated Global Systems has been serving customers since 1958. With over 125 locations and staff of transportation experts across the United States, AGS handles shipments of any size, to or from every zip code in the U.S. and Canada. They serve 196 countries around the world.