Auto Transportes Internacionales to Join UniGroup
UniGroup Worldwide Moving announced today that Auto Transportes Internacionales (ATI), one of most respected and quality focused organizations in the moving and storage industry, will join the UniGroup Worldwide Moving global network on Sept. 1, 2017. With a presence in 10 markets across Mexico, ATI specializes in international and intra-Mexico household goods transportation. ATI also operates one of the largest cross-border operations between the US and Mexico in the industry.
“We are honored to have ATI join the UniGroup Worldwide Moving Network,” said UniGroup Worldwide Chief Operating Officer Jim Petzel. “ATI’s footprint in Mexico combined with their cross-border capabilities make them an excellent strategic addition to our global network. Our shared commitment to excellent service and compliance makes this partnership the right decision for both companies.”
Eduardo Gou, CEO of ATI said, “The opportunity to be a part of an organization with true global reach prompted us to join the UniGroup Worldwide Moving global network. We look forward to a long and successful relationship.”
About UniGroup Worldwide Moving
UniGroup Worldwide Moving offers premier international moving services around the world. Built on the heritage of the U.S.’ largest moving companies – Mayflower and United Van Lines – and with offices in EMEA, APAC and the Americas, there is always an experienced UniGroup Worldwide representative to provide the highest quality international moving services. To learn more about UniGroup Worldwide, please visit UniGroupWorldwide.com.
ATI has more than 50 years of experience in the transportation industry, specializing in international, local and intra-Mexico household goods transportation as well as art, office and factory relocations. With 10 offices and warehouses throughout Mexico, ATI has the capability to serve all of Mexico with its own staff and equipment at competitive prices. For more information about ATI, visit ati.com.mx.
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