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SU D D A T H NA M E D 2020 B E S T M O V IN G
C O M PA N Y A N D B E S T P L A C E TO W O R K

Suddath has won the titles of Best Moving
Company and Best Place to Work in the 2020
Bold City Best competition, hosted by the Florida
Times-Union. Bold City Best is an annual competition that gives people in the Jacksonville community the opportunity to vote for their favorite local
places, businesses, and people. 
Suddath is grateful to be voted the city's best
local moving company for the fourth year in a row,
having won the award in 2017, 2018, and 2019.
" It's an honor to be recognized as Jacksonville's
best moving company again this year, " says Dick
Eschbacher, president and general manager for
Suddath's Jacksonville branch. " We are proud
that in this unprecedented year our team rose to
the challenge to keep our operations running as
an essential service provider. This award demonstrates the dedication of all our people-drivers,
crew members, and administrative employees
alike-to continue delivering the highest-quality
service to our customers. "

Suddath has been serving the Jacksonville
community for more than 100 years, establishing
itself not only in moving and logistics, but also as
a respected employer. Founded upon a strong set
of core values that include trust, agility, innovation, teamwork, and caring, Suddath has also been
awarded Best Place to Work for a third time, after
taking home the award in 2017 and 2019. 
" If you ask anyone what they like best about
working at Suddath, they will tell you it's the
people, " says Chief People Officer Heather
McBride-Morse. " While we continue to grow
our global footprint and innovative technology, we remain a family company that values
and takes care of our employees. We're proud
to be an employer of choice in our hometown
of Jacksonville, Florida, and to offer incredible
employment opportunities across the U.S. and in
14 countries around the world. "
Suddath was also recognized earlier this year as
one of the Best Places to Work in IT by Insider
Pro and IDG's Computerworld.
STERL I NG L EX I CO N A MP L I F I ES U SER
EX P ERI ENCE W I TH W EBSI TE REVA MP

Sterling Lexicon has launched its enhanced
website, sterlinglexicon.com, designed to provide a
personalized experience for visitors, customers, and
partners around the world.
The new site delivers content specifically
designed to connect each unique visitor with the
relevant resources they need quickly and easily. In
addition, the site now has a range of new features,
including localization, additional language translations, and geofencing.
" With 15 global locations and 33,000 relocations across 180 countries a year, Sterling Lexicon
is no stranger to the wide range of our diverse
clients' needs, " says David Dance, president of
Sterling Lexicon. " The enhanced features and
streamlined navigation are specifically designed to
improve the user's experience with our company
right from the start, by delivering content and
information based on what visitors are looking for
and where they are located, quickly and easily. "

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professionalism, work ethic, attentiveness, and
commitment to excellence above all else, " says Eric
Barnes, CFO and senior vice president of supply
chain management at Cartus. " MSS Inc. is one of
the Cartus Global Network providers who exhibits
this caliber of excellence. "
" In a year full of challenges and uncertainty,
our relationship with Cartus has proven to be a
constant that guides our path forward, " says Tim
Hughes Jr., vice president of strategy and marketing at MSS. " We recognize the high standards that Cartus expects of all suppliers within
its Global Network and believe these make us
a better company. We remain committed to
providing innovative solutions and adding value
to our place in the relocation process, through
hard work and dedication to quality service. We
are proud to receive the Platinum Commitment
to Excellence Award again this year and are
thankful for all of our moving partners who help
us deliver quality service on a daily basis. "


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