Crown Workspace Enters North American Market
Extends Crown Worldwide business expertise; Offers customized moving solutions for offices and workspaces
DANBURY, Conn. (Jan. 28, 2020) – Crown Worldwide Group, the world’s largest privately-held group of international logistics and related services companies, is launching Crown Workspace US in North America. Currently serving markets throughout Europe and the Asia Pacific, Crown Workspace provides customized and tailored relocation services for all types of offices and workplaces.
“We are bringing the “white glove” moving experience and local resources to offices across North America as Crown Workspace draws on the history and expertise of the Crown Relocations experience,” said Mark Camner, regional manager, business development, Crown Worldwide Group. “Our relocation experience and heritage offer businesses a complete and stress-free workplace move.”
Crown Workspace USA services and expertise in North America include:
- office moving,
- project move management,
- warehousing and long or short-term storage,
- office IT relocation
- and sustainably responsible disposal moving services.
Camner also added that Crown’s approach is based on the principal of making the process of moving an office as hassle-free and as enjoyable as possible. “We have a proven record of expertise and experience and understand the productivity pressures and distractions of moving an entire organization. Our job is to execute on this, so a company experiences no disruptions to business.”
To support the launch, a new website with additional resources, innovative ideas for design and further information is available at www.crownworkspace.com
Crown Workspace is a division of the Crown Worldwide Group, established in 1965 and headquartered in Hong Kong. Crown Workspace helps corporations move locations by offering a bespoke and tailored solution for all types of office and workplaces. Services and expertise include commercial relocations, move management, storage IT solutions, recycling and disposal. For more information, contact our team.
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