News & Events from Westmount Moving

August 14, 2012

Message from the President

By: Heather @ 2:02 pm

Message from the President

Hello Team Westmount,

Once again I would like to bring you up to speed on how things are going in the world of the Westmount Moving group of companies. July was a big month for our company. Our Prime fleet has been busier than ever and that our local operations will record the largest revenues in company history. Although fatigue may have set in, we have made it through and have maintained our quality of work despite the long hours and hard work.

There are 48 agents from coast to coast and we continue to sit in the top spot both in domestic and cross border sales.

How did we get there and more importantly how do we stay there?!!

  1. Our commitment to building and maintaining one of the strongest sales teams in all of Canada amongst all Van lines.
  2. Our commitment to quality. Being constantly aware of where we stand and how we can improve.
  3. Our commitment to building and maintaining one of the strongest fleets in Canada amongst all Van Lines.
  4. Our commitment to our brands. Our reputation is one of our most valuable assets. Protecting it by doing the right thing on a consistent basis is key to maintaining one of the most recognized moving brands in the country.

These are just some of the reasons. Commitment is the common thread here and is why we are where we are. What we cannot do is become complacent. No matter how great we think we are, we can always be greater. Carry your own commitment forward one move at a time. Whether you are at the beginning of the process answering the call coming in on the phone to the crew that performed the unpacking or the team member in accounting with the final invoice to the client, you really do make a difference!

Once again thank you for all of your efforts and I will touch base again with you next month.

Take care.

Joseph D. Gagnon

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