San Francisco-based agent joins Atlas Van Lines network

June 22, 2012

Vector…A Move Ahead, a San Francisco-based full-service moving and storage company, has joined the nationwide network of Atlas Van Lines agents.

Vector specializes in a range of services, such as corporate relocation, household goods moves, office moves, specialized transportation and warehousing, and international moves. The company services the Bay Area in California, which includes San Francisco, Oakland, Alameda County, Contra Costa County, Marin County, Peninsula and San Mateo County. 

Established in 1989, Vector is a member of the American Moving and Storage Assn. (AMSA) and is a certified ProMover. The company also maintains membership with the Better Business Bureau, California Public Utilities Commission and the California Moving and Storage Assn. (CMSA). 

“With its extensive experience in the industry and variety of offered services, Vector will make a great addition to our family of agents," said Steve Hermann, vice president of agency development at Atlas Van Lines. “Their services have been highly rated for more than 20 years, and now, they will be able to continue offering customers with the best quality services as an exclusive Atlas agent.”

“It’s such a privilege to join such a quality list of Atlas agents,” said Bob Sheahon, general manager of Vector…A Move Ahead, Inc. “We look forward to continuing to offer the Bay Area the best moving and storage services under the Atlas Van Lines name.”

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