Allied Van Lines

 

COMPANY HISTORY:

Allied Van Lines is an extremely successful company and has been around for generations.  Can you remember not seeing these trucks?

Here’s an except from Wikipedia:

Allied Van Lines is an American moving company founded in 1928 as a cooperative non-profit organization owned by its member agents on the east coast of the United States, to help with organizing return loads and minimizing dead-heading (i.e. operating trucks without shipments loaded on them). In 1968 it was reorganzied as a standard public company, with shares. In 1999 it merged with its larger competitor, North American Van Lines, and the combined entity then came under the holding company Allied Worldwide. In 2002, Allied Worldwide was renamed SIRVA, Inc., which went public the following year, as the world’s largest relocation and van line logistics company.

The company was renamed: SIRVA, Inc.

COMPANY SAFETY RECORD INFO:

Entity Type: Carrier

Operating Status: REGISTERED

Out of Service Date: None

Legal Name:ALLIED VAN LINES INC

 

Physical Address: 5001 US HIGHWAY 30 WEST FORT WAYNE, IN 46818

Mailing Address: PO BOX 988 FORT WAYNE, IN 46801-0988

 

USDOT Number:76235

MC or MX Number: FF-9490 MC-15735

DUNS Number:47-901-43

 

Power Units:2,183

Drivers:2,078

 

MCS-150 Form Date:06/14/2012

MCS-150 Mileage (Year):69,853,864 (2011)

CONTACT COMPANY RECRUITER:

APPLY ONLINE or call 1-800-444-6787

If you worked for Allied Van Lines I want to hear from you.  Please share your story about how it was working there.  What did you like and how do you think this company can improve.  What about all the different name changes.  The company has changed hands a few times were you there during this? The goal is to create a constructive discussion that can be beneficial to drivers looking for a great place to work.




 

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