MSS Honored with ‘Lexicon World of Quality’ Award from Lexicon Relocation

October 19, 2011


MSS, a leading provider of nationwide relocation specialty services, was recently honored with the first annual ‘Lexicon World of Quality’ award by Lexicon Relocation. A ceremony in Denver, Co. on October 11, 2011, attended by more than 100 global mobility professionals, was held to recognize customer satisfaction and performance excellence in global mobility.

A total of nine global services providers were recognized by Lexicon’s Supply Chain Management professionals, from among a field of qualified entrants within the global mobility industry. Award winners were chosen based upon internal and external service and performance metrics, as well as, internal and external voice of the customer surveys based on the following criteria:

  • Customer Service
  • Value
  • Technology
  • Service Offerings

“We are honored to win this award,” said Tim Hughes, president and CEO of Movers Specialty Service, Inc. “I would like to thank the entire staff at MSS for their team efforts in servicing the needs of our clients and their relocating employees. I would also like to thank the Lexicon supply and operations management teams who work closely with us in ensuring a high-quality experience for every client and assignee.

About Lexicon Relocation

Lexicon Relocation is a leading provider of employee global mobility services. With a focus on providing flexible solutions for clients of every size, they support corporate and government organizations, their employees and their mobility programs throughout the world. Lexicon Relocation offers a full array of customized relocation and global assignment services. By utilizing proven technology, supplier independence, quality performance metrics, cost-effective processes and demonstrated expertise of our people, Lexicon brings the world to your doorstep, one employee at a time. For more information, please visit www.lexiconrelocation.com.

MSS Honored with ‘Lexicon World of Quality’ Award from Lexicon Relocation