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PIA Press Release
2008/02/06

International moving company makes good in Davao City

by Prix D Banzon

Davao City (6 February) -- An international moving, relocation management and archiving is doing good in Davao City and is optimistic of an increase in the number of clients this year.

Marianette S. Poliquit, household goods manager of Lane Moving and Storage based in Davao City bared the increase in the number of clients especially during summer.

Poliquit was guest during the Davao Business Forum at the MediSpa at SM City on Tuesday.

She said that of the three services that they offer, their company does well with the moving services even as she said that their office here served the whole of the Mindanao island.

Gerry Lane, an Irish who married a Filipina, founded the company in 1977. His effort paid of when the company become the market leader and innovator in household moving in Manila.

Its main branch is in Manila which caters to Metro Manila and Luzon areas while the Cebu office founded in 1987 for the Visayas.

Most of their clients she said are expatriates and other foreign nationals although they also served the locals depending on their needs.

"We provide high quality and innovative service with facilities to provide specialized services in household moving, storage, records managements, logistics and full range of relocation management services," she said.

Throughout its operation it enjoyed an excellent reputation in the discerning corporate market and later became a recipient of FIDI-FAM certification, a program imposing strict quality measures on international movers.

The company also became a guarantor and co-owner of the Overseas Moving Network International (OMNI) having met the necessary criteria for quality service standards and financial stability. OMNI is global network of the world's most professional independent overseas moving companies operating across 70 different countries, dedicated to producing quality service to the corporate market.

It also became a founding member of Asian Tigers an alliance of Asia's finest and most outstanding move management specialists, representing the strongest moving group in the Far East and it is backed by highly experienced 1,500 full time professional staff with expertise in packing, storing and moving.

The Lane Moving and Storage in Davao City opened in July 2007 and offers among others records management on off-site document storage and management and on-site records management consulting and moving of products.

She said their clients are mostly expatriates and other foreign nationals although they also served the locals depending on their needs.

"We provide high quality and innovative service with facilities to provide specialized services in household moving, storage, records managements, logistics and full range of relocation management services," she said.

As far as storage of records are concerned, she said most of their clients are companies and banks while the moving service also includes those companies that ship agricultural products in international markets.

She said current charges for moving is at P900 per cu. m. while archiving for a package of 60 boxes at an estimated cost of P12,000 and a monthly fee of P3,000.

The presence of international moving and archiving services in Davao City indicates an urban setting where its market is mostly international and foreigners.

Poliquit said that with the boom of some industries in the Davao Region they also expect more international clients will be added to their target market.

"Mining is one sector that is being eyed and if it hit a boom in 2010 more foreign nationals will be coming in and this would be a good prospects for the company," she added. (PIA) [top]

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