(COPPELL, TX – JUNE 30, 2020) VERSA Relocation is excited to announce the signing of a new textile manufacturing and supply company to its portfolio.  This family-owned and operated company began in 1930 and is a leading player in its unique space.  Headquartered in California, this client has 40 plant and branch locations in the U.S. and over 2,500 employees. VERSA Relocation will be providing full relocation services for team members of all levels.  This great company was looking for a partner to help take their relocation program offerings to the next level.

“VERSA met this customer’s needs perfectly right from the start.  From our service delivery model, technology offering and partnership goals, we were able to make a quick transition from their current supplier, begin implementation and start delivering great service to their employees right away,” said David Bradstreet, National Sales Director for VERSA Relocation.  “From our very first meeting, we aligned with their culture and presented valuable solutions that met their current relocation needs.  It has been really fun to work with them and our team is looking forward to a long-lasting and successful partnership.”

About VERSA Relocation

VERSA Relocation, Inc. assists clients with moving employees across the country and around the world. We listen to what clients need and design exceptional programs from an array of relocation services. Aside from being top-notch listeners, we are experts on policy review and design, best-in-class practices, on identifying challenges and unique problems, and working with clients to develop inventive and intelligent solutions. VERSA is one of four companies under the banner of international household goods mover Daryl Flood, Inc. This means two things: VERSA is backed by a financially sound and organizationally constant company – and one with a deep understanding of mobility needs. To find out more about our company, please visit our website at VERSArelocation.com.

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