For many service industries, the economic recession has meant downsizing operations. The Columbus Dispatch published this morning an article titled “Moving? Prepare to Wait” that addressed the challenges a Columbus mover and its clients face in the summertime now that the economy is starting to bounce back. Demand is surpassing even the high numbers that are to be expected in the summer months causing many moving companies to reach capacity. So why is an economic turn-around starting off with some difficulties?–The reason: moving companies aren’t catching up fast enough.
According to the American Moving & Storage Association trade group “Since 2005, the number of industry workers, including drivers, has dropped 23.5 percent, and the number of moving companies has slipped almost 14 percent”
Now the good news. Your summer move can be carried through to its successful finish without a doubt. By allowing yourself a little more time for planning E.E. Ward can ensure that you can move when you need to and the process will be performed with the high level of service that is promised by the time-honored E.E. Ward mission.
Also, as Brian emphasized it in the Columbus Dispatch article “Flexibility, flexibility, flexibility is the key”.